Individual Swing Drills

Individual Swing Drills

Practicing at the range is good, but if you have a swing fault, then instead of improving your swing with more repetitions, you just end up ingraining the swing fault more into your swing.

In CardioGolf, you’ll be doing a battery of exercises designed to improve your body movement and swing technique. Consistently, repeating golf swing exercises without hitting a ball can accelerate your improvement on the golf course. Without the judgment of where the ball is going, you can repeat the correct swing motion until it is ingrained into your memory and then the motion will be comfortable and natural on the golf course.

Individual Swing Drills
  • 4-min Off-Season-Indoor Practice

    As the winter months roll in and the golf courses become blanketed in snow, it's time for golfers to shift their focus to off-season training. While the tempting to hibernate until spring, dedicating some time to indoor training can make a significant difference in your performance once the warm...

  • 3-min Impact Drill with the Shortee Club

    CardioGolf® Shortee Practice Training Club
    $59.99 (plus shipping)

    The CardioGolf® 23″ Shortee Practice Training Club is great for your swing training indoors for off season conditioning.

    The CardioGolf® 23 inch “Shortee” Practice Training Club (used in every CardioGolf® Fitness Training Class)
    ...

  • 3-min Master the Impact Position

    Practice something about your game everyday. #CardioGolfChallenge

    In my opinion, daily practice is the key to success towards any goal. Making 10 practice swings a day or exercising for 5 minutes everyday will get you playing better and in better shape than exercising or practicing for two or...

  • 1-min Single Leg Balance for Golf

    Equipment Needed:
    CardioGolf® Shortee Club
    CardioGolf® Slope
    Modify if no equipment available.

    The Importance of Balance for Golfers-
    Your ability to stay balanced throughout your golf swing is important to create power. Firstly, if you are unable to stay balanced, it is likely you will be li...

  • 5:30 min Weight Distribution in Your Golf Swing

    Have you ever wondered why weight distribution is so crucial in your golf swing? Well, the answer is simple: it can make or break your game. Understanding how weight distribution impacts your golf swing is the key to achieving consistency, power, and accuracy on the course.

    Here's why weight dis...

  • Improve Your Distance Control on the Green

    Arrange golf balls in a ladder like arrangement.  Putt a few balls from each rung of the ladder. Watch CardioGolf® creator Karen P. Jansen demonstrate how to do the drill.

    Here's great drill to help you improve your distance control on the putting green. CardioGolf.com Arrange golf balls in a la...

  • CardioGolf® Weekly Dose-Simple Tips to Improve Your Swing

    Here are three simple things you can do to improve your swing:

    1. Find the bottom of your swing.
    2. Find your swing plane.
    3. Find a barrier for your swing path.

    CardioGolf® Weekly Dose 003

  • 2:22 min CardioGolf® Drill-Keep Your Head Centered Drill

    Reasons to keep your head centered in the golf swing-

    Ideally in the golf swing, you want your head to stay centered over the ball.

    Firstly, any raising, lunging, swaying or excessive head movement may cause swing faults and compensations.

    Secondly, moving your head excessively will prevent yo...

  • CardioGolf® Weekly Dose-Simple Tips to Strike the Ball More Solid

    Here are three things that you can do before you swing to help you strike the ball more solidly.
    1. Grip
    2. Set-Up
    3. Target Alignment

    CardioGolf® Weekly Dose (001)

  • CardioGolf® Weekly Dose-Simple Tips to Improve Your Swing

    Here are three simple things you can do to improve your swing:

    1. Adjust your grip
    2. Make sure the clubface is square at address position
    3. Rehearse swing keeping clubface square

    CardioGolf® Weekly Dose 002

  • 3-min Swing Plane Drill

    Basically, swing plane is the invisible flat surface that a player's golf club head travels along throughout their golf swing. Imagine a huge pane of glass that sits at about a 60-degree angle and cuts right through the chest of a golfer. That pane of glass represents a golfer's ideal swing plane...

  • 2:30 min Swing Plane Drill

    Basically, swing plane is the invisible flat surface that a player's golf club head travels along throughout their golf swing. Imagine a huge pane of glass that sits at about a 60-degree angle and cuts right through the chest of a golfer. That pane of glass represents a golfer's ideal swing plane...

  • How to Groove Your Swing with CardioGolf™

    This workout features nationally recognized Certified Personal Trainor Meghan Trainor and Master LPGA Teaching Professional Karen Palacios-Jansen. Together they have developed a workout to help golfers of all levels improve their golf swings and fitness at the same time. Using the Slope and Short...

  • 1-min CardioGolf™ Daily Dose

    CardioGolf™ Rotation Routine-
    Modify for Your Fitness Level

    Head Steady Windmills
    Side Rotation and Lunge
    Standing Calf Stretch and Rotation
    Backswing
    Impact
    Full Swing

  • 1:26 min CardioGolf™ Groove Your Swing Daily Dose

    Try this exercise to stretch out your backswing.

    Equipment Needed:
    CardioGolf™ Shortee Club and Slope

  • 2:59 min-Impact Drill with the GolfGym® PowerSwing Trainer

    The single most important moment in the golf swing is impact, and if your positions are bad when you arrive at impact you’re in trouble.

    For many average and higher-handicap golfers, their impact issues are caused by flipping their hands at impact instead of maintaining lag and forward shaft lea...

  • 3:18 min Use Your CardioGolf® Slope to Help Alignment and Swing Path Basics

    Here are two tips to help you with your alignment and swing path using the CardioGolf Slope.

  • The CardioGolf™ Slope for Golf Instruction

    I’m excited that my friend and my golf coach @brianmanzella gives the CardioGolf™ Slope a 👍

    Brian is a teacher’s teacher! Golf Digest Top 50 (#28) & Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher from New Orleans. Based at English Turn G&CC.

    About the CardioGolf™ Slope. I developed the CardioGolf™ ‘Slope’ to ...

  • 2:16 min Keep Your Head Centered Drill with the CardioGolf™ Slope

    Ideally in the golf swing, you want your head to stay centered. Any raising, lunging, swaying or excessive head movement will cause swing faults and compensations. Your head doesn’t need to stay completely still, but for better contact with the ball, you will want to stay centered and level. A ...

  • 3:13 min How to Hit a Sidehill Lie/Ball Above Feet Using the CardioGolf™ Slope

    Rarely, if ever, do you have a flat lie on the golf course, so it is important to practice your swing on sloping lies to develop feel and stability. The CardioGolf™ ‘Slope’ is curved like a fairway slope. You can vary the angle you place your foot to practice various sloping lies.

    Simply taking ...

  • 3:30-min How to hit a Sidehill Lie/Ball Below Feet on the CardioGolf™ Slope

    Rarely, if ever, do you have a flat lie on the golf course, so it is important to practice your swing on sloping lies to develop feel and stability. The CardioGolf™ ‘Slope’ is curved like a fairway slope. You can vary the angle you place your foot to practice various sloping lies.

    Simply taking ...

  • 4:30 min How to Hit a Downhill Lie Using the CardioGolf™ Slope

    Rarely, if ever, do you have a flat lie on the golf course, so it is important to practice your swing on sloping lies to develop feel and stability. The CardioGolf ‘Slope’ is curved like a fairway slope. You can vary the angle you place your foot to practice various sloping lies.

    Simply taking p...

  • 5-min How to Hit a Uphill Lie Using the CardioGolf™ Slope

    Simulate an uphill lie by placing your front foot on the CardioGolf™ Slope.

    Uphill Lie Drill
    Lean your weight slightly towards your back foot and hold a club or hand weight as if you were going to hit a shot.
    Play the ball back in your stance.
    Release your forearms and finish your swing in ba...

  • 1:30 min-Impact Drill

    Visit Cardiogolf.com to download the FREE Cardiogolf Pre-Round Warm Up Routine E-Book.

    Do the Cardiogolf Pre-Round Warm Up Routine.

    Practice something about your game everyday. #CardioGolfChallenge

    In my opinion, daily practice is the key to success towards any goal. Making 10 practice swings...