This eight week challenge is separated into four sections. Each category represents two weeks of golf fitness tips.
When we include recovery techniques we reduce the physical and psychological stresses from golf and we begin to maximize the full benefits of our work-outs.
Here are a few tips to help you stay on track with your new golf fitness program.
How do you develop more feel in your golf swing?
The ability to initiate your lower body before your upper body in the downswing helps alleviate many common swing flaws.
Many golfers struggle with tension in the hips. Having mobility in the hips, specifically the internal and external rotators as well as the inner thigh muscles is essential for a more fluid golf swing.
What can you do to quickly prepare your body for the golf swing? Although this tip is not the complete golf warm-up it is a good way to get your trunk and shoulders prepared for your round.
A sedentary lifestyle and poor posture often contribute to excessive flexion and tension in the hip flexors.
You know when you are in a golf lesson and your pro tells you to feel your shoulders or arms in a specific location? That sense of knowing is proprioception.