28-min GolfGym® PowerSwing Trainer Core and Upper Body Workout (001)
Total Body Flexibility Routines • 28m
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GolfGym® PowerSwing Trainer comes in either Right Handed or Left-Handed Training Grip or Straight Grip with Personal Resistance PowerCord. This is designed for the golfer looking for the finest in golf-specific training and conditioning for use in-season and off-season.
In this workout, Karen demonstrates exercises using the GolfGym® PowerSwing Trainer to improve flexibility and strength the core and upper body.
Equipment needed:GolfGym® PowerSwing Trainer
1. Shoulder, Chest
and Back Stretch
2. Core Rotators
Core and Upper Body
1. Core Rotators
2. Wrist Flexion and Extension
3. Pronation and Supination
4. Wrist Extension 1
5. Wrist Flexion 1
6. Wrist Extension 2
7. Wrist Flexion 2
8. Downswing Motion
9. Back Arm Only Downswing Motion
10. Lead Arm Only Downswing Motion
11. Full Swing Motion
12. Modified Pallof Press
13. Standing Core Rotators
14. Bent Over Row
15. External Shoulder Rotation
16. Internal Shoulder Rotation
17. Side Flexion
18. Shoulder Stretch
19. Puppy Dog Stretch
20. Wide Takeaway Stretch
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