21:57 min Stability Workout for Shoulders and Core-Black and Blue Version (038)
CardioGolf™ Certification Program • 21m
To improve your golf swing, you need to improve your posture. If you have poor posture or slumped shoulders, it is very difficult to make a complete motion in your swing. In this routine, we focus on improving postural and core muscles to build a good physical foundation for your golf swing.
After you have performed the CardioGolf™ pre-round warmup routine, perform each exercise in the circuit according to your fitness level.
CardioGolf™ Shortee Practice Training Club
The GolfGym® 8 Pound Double Handled PowerBall
Par Level-15 minutes. Do routine one time
Birdie Level-25 minutes. Repeat routine twice
Eagle Level-30 to 40 minutes. Repeat routine three times
W’s and Y's
Shoulder Rotators on a Ball
Cat and Cow Pose
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