Week 6

Week 6

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Week 6
  • 10-minute Total Body Workout

    The NASM or National Academy of Sports Medicine recommends that people do a minimum of 2 days of resistance or strength training per week. Regular resistance training can help you improve your strength, flexibility, coordination and agility. All things needed for a efficient golf swing.

    When y...

  • 13-minute 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-
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  • 15-minute Groove Your Swing Workout (Smooth Clubhead Speed 002)

    CardioGolf™ Groove Your Swing Workout

    Get your Heart Pumping and your Golf Form in shape with the CardioGolf Fitness System…No golf ball required!

    Professional golfers know the importance of athletic development for golf. As a recreational golfer, you may not have the time to train like an elit...

  • 13-minute Flexibility Workout for Typically Tight Golf Muscles

    This routine is intended to lengthen muscles and develop symmetry, as well, by exercising both sides of your body. Circulation is stimulated. Joints achieve extended range-of-motion. Overall mobility is enhanced.

  • 10:41-minute Putting Drills Using the CardioGolf Slope

    Putting is 40% of your score. It is crucial that you become a proficient putter to be a good golfer. Nothing is more frustrating than hitting two great shots into a par 4 hole and then walking away from the green with a 5 because of a 3-putt.

    Every golfer has a chance to become an excellent pu...