6:48-min Swing Strong and Freely Mobility Workout Pre or Post-Round Routine
Post-Round Recovery Stretch Routines • 6m 47s
This CardioGolf Workout for Golfers is designed for golfers who want to do something to maintain their strength, flexibility and endurance during the golf season, but don't want to get too muscle bond or sore. These workouts are perfect for golfers to do once or twice a week to stay strong and swing freely.
CardioGolf In-Season 18-Hole Workout to Stay Strong and Swing Freely-
1. step ups
2. side steps ups
3. alternate step ups
4. lunge and twist
5. lower body twist
6. golfer burpees
7. uphill slope
8. downhill slope
9. full swings. Do 8 to 10 repetitions each. Repeat circuit twice. ⛳️⛳️
Check out CardioGolf blog to learn about Seasonal Training for Golfers-
Professional golfers carefully design their workout programs based on their competitive season. Their workouts differ from when they are off-season to in-season. During competition or in-season elite golfers need to perform at their highest levels, manage busy travel schedule while maintaining their strength, flexibility while warding off injuries too.
Although you may not be a professional golfer, you still want to vary your workouts depending on your season. August through October are usually busy months for recreational golfers since most clubs schedule member-guest tournaments, club championships and charity events during this time. Long days on the golf course combined with late night dinners tend to wear golfers out so it’s important not to skip your workouts during this time but adjust them to help maintain your strength, flexibility and help energize you. Sign up for the
CardioGolf Weekly Dose e-mail to get your in-season workout schedule. Email [email protected] to sign up. #cardiogolf #slope #golffitness #shortee @cardiogolf @kpjgolf
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