If you are looking for more power in your swing, then you want to increase the separation between your upper and lower body. Your ability to wind your upper body over the resistance of your lower body helps create a rubber band effect that creates speed on the downswing. This exercise has all the elements of a good golf swing, including rotation, change of directions and stabilization. This exercise will also help you create that separation in your upper and lower bodies and will help increase cardiovascular endurance.
Stand with your feet together holding in both hands, parallel to the ground.
Take two sides steps to the right, stabilize your lower body and twist your upper body to the right.
Take two sides steps to the left, stabilize your lower body and twist your upper body to the left.
Continue shuffling back and forth as you stop to rotate your upper body over the resistance of your lower body.
Add a hop or get some air under your feet as you do this exercise to get your heart rate pumping to build cardiovascular endurance.
Do 8 to 10 repetitions on both sides.