Individual Strength Exercises • 1m 2s
Push-ups can help you increase the strength of your triceps, pectorals, biceps and shoulders as well as forearms and wrists. These muscles are responsible for helping you create clubhead speed on the downswing and through impact. Start on your knees to modify.
Get into the standard push-up position where your body in is one straight line as if in a plank position.
As you maintain your spine relatively straight, bend your arms and lean your chest into the floor, then push your arms back into the start position.
Repeat motion for 8 to 10 repetitions.
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