The CardioGolf™ Slope
The CardioGolf™ Shortee Club
Modified if no equipment is available.
Lunge and Punch
Side to Side Step
Backswing on Up Slope
Downswing on Down Slope
A Stance and Twist
Side Step Repeater
Side to Side Step Alternate
Bicep Curl to Squat and Twist Alternate
Bicep Curl Kettle Bell Swing
Tricep Press with Lunge Hold
Tricep Dips on Slope
Squat to Shoulder Press
Golf Posture Hold and Shoulder Press
Single Arm Shoulder Press with Lunge Hold
Up Slope Takeaway Rock
Down Slope Impact Rock
Single Arm Swings on Up and Down Slope
Swings on Up and Down Slope
Practice Swings with Imagination
Standing Calf Stretch
Roll Down and Roll Up
Lunge and Reach Stretch
Torso Turn on Up and Down Slope
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Incorporating upper body strengthening exercises into your daily routine will not only help improve the efficiency of your golf swing, but will help your posture and move better.
Golf, although not thought of a strenuous activity, requires a higher level of fitness than most people would think.
Firstly, in a single round, a golfer will swing an estimated average of 300 swings (including practice swings). And they may even walk eight thousand yards which is the equivalent of four to five miles.
Secondly, swinging a club over and over again twists the neck, back, shoulders and arms unnaturally. So the physical stress loads become substantial, therefore overall fitness and endurance play a critical role in the game.
Thirdly, stronger, fitter, more flexible athletes hit a ball further and straighter. They have better touch around the greens. They also respond better under pressure, in the closing holes, for example, then do their weaker counterparts.
This workout is designed for golfers who want to do something to maintain their endurance during the golf season, but don't want to get muscle bond or sore. These workouts are perfect for golfers to do once or twice a week to build endurance and swing freely.