1. 3 minute-Wood Chop Exercise
Individual Strength Exercises • 1m 32s
Your core including the supporting muscle groups such as shoulders, arms, hands and wrists play help supply you with the power you need to create clubhead speed. The wood chop exercise is a great way to work on your core muscles while increasing your heart rate to improve endurance.
Stand, holding an exercise ball, golf club or hand weight with your arms extended.
Squat down as you touch the ball to the ground by your right leg.
Stand up and extend your arms as you press the ball up to the sky over your left shoulder.
Return to the squat position as your touch the ball to the ground again by your right leg.
Repeat motion on the same. Do 8 to 10 repetitions on one side and then repeat for the same amount of repetitions on the opposite side.
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