CardioGolf™ Pre-Season Training for Golf

CardioGolf™ Pre-Season Training for Golf

Pre-Season Training includes:
Speed Drills

CardioGolf™ Pre-Season Challenge-

Week 1-

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

36-minute Total Body Strength Workout with Weights

Tuesday and Thursday

12-minute Rotate and Balance Workout

Week 2-

Monday, Tuesday and Friday

27:23-minute 18-Hole Mobility Workout

Tuesday and Thursday

12:25-minute Timing, Tempo and Clubhead Speed Routine

Week 3-

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

12-minute Explosive Power Workout for Golfers

Tuesday and Thursday

20-minute Groove Your Swing- For a Smooth Balanced Swing NO MUSIC

Swing Tune Up Tips-

9:01-minute Solid Contact with Your Irons Routine

11:26 minutes-Straighten and Lengthen Your Drives

10:50 minute Putting Drills Using the CardioGolf Slope

10:00 minute Pitching-Learning Distance Control Tutorial

3-minute Putting Grip Tip

2-min Lag Putting Drill

2-minute Sand Basics

Pre-Season training is optimal for development of power, speed and coordination. Power is strength at high speed. Since you have spent the off-season getting as strong as possible, this is the perfect time for power training. And, since power is dependent upon good coordination, pre-season is also optimal for giving coordination drills a high priority in your workout.

About Seasonal Training:
To maximize your golf performance, the golf athlete needs to do a variety of different exercises and workouts to build and fitness. There are seven physical performance factors that are crucial to every golf-conditioning program: posture, balance, mobility, stability, power, coordination, and endurance.

The ideal way to train for golf is using a technique called Periodization. Periodization is the process of varying a training program at regular time intervals to bring about optimal gains in physical performance. Periodization is a fancy word for seasonal training. In other words, you need to mix it up and do a variety of exercises during the year.

Your workouts should fit the season you are in. Even if you play golf all year round, you still need to vary your workouts so not to plateau. In order to build strength, you need to constantly push yourself by increasing intensity and resistance. But you also need to allow your body periods of rest to recover, so you don’t always want to be doing intense workouts.

You should split your calendar year into three phases as follows:

Off-Season – 3-4 months (example: Nov. – Feb.)

Pre-Season – 1-2 months (example: Mar. – April.)

In-Season – 5-6 months (example: May – Oct.)

Important: Even golfers who live in warm weather climates (such as Arizona or Florida) should divide their year into these three categories. Golf conditioning works best when there is a specific focus according to the time of year. Even if you can play golf year-round in your home environment, you will benefit from dividing your workouts into these types of segments.

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