Congratulations to Shane Lowry for winning the British Open Golf Tournament and the last PGA Major of the Year. It was the first time in 70 years that The Open took place in Ireland. So for an Irishman it was epic to win. Quick, buy stocks in Guinness, as I can only guess that the whole country is celebrating with full force!
When summer comes to an end and our attention moves from golf to football, this blog offers great golfing training that you can focus on during low season. It will help you to continue to hit the ball in the right areas with extra power. This routine will also improve your consistency and accuracy, as I have considered various aspects of flexibility to open your hips, back and shoulders, making it easier to place the racket on a right-angled face on impact.
One of the great things about staying fit in your Total Gym is the convenience of exercising comfortably from home. So you can improve your health and your golf game while watching football! Is there a better way to multitask?
I have made this training simple yet versatile. It's simple because there are only three segments and each exercise has more than one physical aspect to play with, which benefits your golf game and your body.
Turning directly to what I am demonstrating in the video:
Squats with Figure 4, Hip Stretch and Slant Crunch ̵
1; A 3-for-1 special that It will strengthen your lower body for a more powerful leg movement through your golf swing. This increases the club head speed and thus the distance. The stretching of Figure 4 opens the hips to increase the range of motion. Finally, the crunching strengthens your inclines, the muscles that are responsible for twisting the body, which are crucial to the golf swing.
One-leg, layer-metric jumps that give your lower body explosive power.
Superman – a great low back tonic that reduces fatigue and allows you to keep your correct spine angle up to the 19th hole.
Surfer Lat Pull – One of My Customers' Favorites! A dynamic exercise that strengthens and stretches all the back muscles and core. It also challenges your balance and your proprioception, which are important features of any good athlete.
Kneeling Biceps Curls – Restore balance and strengthening for biceps, forearms and wrists.
Triceps extension with lower back strengthening – You'll love the balance component and keep your arms pumped to fill your golf shirt!
Core Golf Grip – If you love golf, this is a must for your Total Gym. I'm just showing two exercises with this awesome tool, but it involves a whole workout routine and costs less than a golf lesson with your local pro: Total Gym Golf Core Grip Workout System.
The Exercise I'm Showing Is My Favorite Exercise – Grip Rotation with Grip / Wrist Grip – This beauty stretches your back, spine, and shoulder to maximize trunk rotation during your swing. It also strengthens your forearms and wrists and provides a neutral grip.
Enjoy this simple but powerful routine and watch your handicap drop and your health quotient increase! Stay in touch as always, as I like to hear feedback and respond to questions or comments.