Having played golf for nearly 40 years, I have always held the belief that a sound body leads to a sound mind. Fitness programs for recreational and tour level players certainly differ, but the goal of any program should be the same: to change the composition and reaction ability of one's neuromuscular system in order to develop a more consistent golf swing. Regardless of your talent level, available time, or level of fitness, these tips should provide you options for undertaking an effective program.
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Bicep Concentration Curl
Everybody can do this simple, old-school curl.
Cable Bicep Curls
We’ve done the seated bicep curls, but this workout is another great way to work on that muscle and these cable machines can be found in nearly every gym around the world.
You can do this in many different ways, whether you’re in a hotel or office, you can improvise.
Cable Tricep Extension
One thing I want to emphasise dramatically is, whenever we are doing these exercises we are isolating a specific muscle we want to target.
Shoulder Dumbbell Raises
Shoulder exercises were extremely important during my playing days.
Shoulder Dumbbell Curls
This is another shoulder exercise I absolutely love. Simply grab two dumbbells and get your forearms out in front in a 90-degree position.
Medicine Ball Throw
This is a great exercise for your inner core and overall stability – in fact it’s perfect for everything about the proprioception of your body.
This really is an intense exercise and shouldn’t be done without seeing a trainer first.