If you need to be convinced that increasing your strength for golf is not just for smashing 330-yard drives in the U.S. Open but also getting through next summer’s Saturday morning weekly group pain-free, then you haven’t been reading much here. In fact, we devote an entire issue to health and fitness.
As many instructional tips focus on starting from the ground up, so do these exercises from our golf fitness guru Dillon Johnson. Building lower body strength is a key to not only maximizing your clubhead speed (and distance) but building a solid and repeatable swing.
Check out the video below and learn how Johnson teaches you to take advantage of your golf offseason with the following moves:
- Single Leg ‘ Get Up’
- Loaded Squat
- Leg Raise with Swiss Ball
- Lunge with Back Swing
7 Pre-Golf Warmup Exercises
Adding Balance to Your Golf Training
Off-Season Golf Training 101
The 15th Club: Our Annual Health and Fitness Issue
Become Golf Strong: A Strength Program for Golf Fitness
Co-Owner of RallySport in Boulder, Dillon Johnson is Level 3 & Juniors Certified by the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) and Certified by the Personal Training Academy Global ([email protected]; 303-928-9007). Phase 3: Power & Club Head Speed Development will appear in an upcoming issue.
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