CardioGolf Lower Body Workout
Your ability to create power comes from your lower body. If you are lacking power in your golf swing, it could be from a faulty weight shift. Using only arms in your golf swing, restricts your power and causes a variety of mis-hits. Learning to shift your weight is key to adding power into your swing.
Try this lower body workout to to help build a powerful weight shift.
The CardioGolf workout routines are based on ‘interval circuit training’ or HIIT (high intensity interval training) where golfers do doing a variety of exercises or a “circuit”.
CardioGolf provides simple fitness routines that exercises combining cardiovascular endurance and strength exercises with golf specific exercises and drills.
Interval Exercise Time
Repeat each interval exercise for 20 seconds without stopping, rest for 40 seconds. Perform slow, rhythmic movements with little to no impact. Keep the exercises low impact. Keep one foot planted on the ground at all times. Golfers should be able to carry on a conversation easily.
Repeat each interval exercise for 30 seconds without stopping, rest for 30 seconds. Perform moderately paced movements with low to medium impact. Make movements bigger and faster. This is moderate to low impact. Golfer can get some air under their feet if they feel comfortable. Golfer should be able to carry on a conversation, but breathing should be getting heavier.
Repeat each interval exercise for 40 seconds without stopping, rest for 20 seconds. Do faster, larger movements; move as fast as possible, getting air under feet. It should be difficult to make conversation.
Par Level-Repeat interval circuit one to two times.
Birdie Level-Repeat interval circuit two to three times.
Eagle Level-Repeat interval circuit up to five times.
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