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Full Body Workout for Golf

Golf is a sport that requires you to be physically, mentally and emotionally fit. It requires incredible athleticism, in contrast to what a lot of people believe. Unlike sports that heavily rely on physical strength and adrenaline rush, golf relies more on stability and precision. You must have good hand-eye coordination, balance and core strength to hit the golf ball repeatedly and strategically. Besides practicing your skills on the golf course, you must also head to the gym to train off course.

An ideal golf-specific workout will build and strengthen muscles that are very important in your swing. It will also improve your balance. It focuses on building up your core and leg muscles. Those parts of the body should be developed for optimum support and stability.

The following golf workout is to be completed twice a week for a total of six weeks. Take a two to three minute break between sets.

Planks (3 sets x 60 seconds)

Doing planks is perhaps one of the most basic core workouts. Planks target the transverse abdominis. The stronger this is, the less likely you’ll suffer from back pain and spasms.

Deadlift (4 sets x 8 reps)

The deadlift is, perhaps, the greatest full-body exercise you can do to improve your golfer physique. It builds strength and power. Also, it can really work out the glutes, which are very important in a golf swing. They allow you to fire the hips and create an impressive golf shot.

Single-Leg Deadlift (4 sets x 8 reps)


This particular workout challenges your strength in the lower leg as well as in the hamstrings and glutes. This is a type of single-leg weight-bearing exercise which is similar to the golf swing with you shifting your weight alternately from one leg to the other.

Russian Twist (2 sets x 10 reps on each side)


For this particular workout, you are going to need a medicine ball. This medicine ball exercise challenges the internal and external obliques. These muscles are located on the sides of your belly. They boost rotational movements like the golf swing and also help in going for brakes at the end of every golf swing.

Lunges (4 sets x 8 reps on each leg)


The movement done for lunges closely copies the golf swing as your weight shifts from one leg to the other. It improves a golfer’s balance and stability, which is extremely important, especially when you’re preparing for a golf swing.

These workouts are all golf-specific and if you master these and do it regularly without fail, you will surely lead your way to becoming a better golfer.

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