3 Horizontal Pulling Exercises for Golfers

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Today we continue with our How To Build A Workout series. Last week, we talked about lower body, knee dominant exercises. Typically in my program design, I’ll pair those with upper body pulling exercises. If we boil it down, our upper body does 2 things. It pulls and it pushes. We can break each of those down into horizontal and vertical pulling and pushing.

Today, we’re going to focus on 3 of my favorite horizontal pulling exercises – the Single Arm Cable Row, Suspension Row and Single Arm Dumbbell Row. These exercises are important for us to be able to use our upper body correctly in our swing, generate maximal club head speed, and maintain core stability while our arms are swinging the club.

When you’re building your workout, pick at least one of these exercises and do 2-4 sets of 6-10 reps. Try to vary the exercise that you choose at least every 3-4 weeks.

Give these exercises a try and let me know if you have any questions. I’ll be back in a later video breaking down how you can make each of them easier or harder. Next week, we’ll discuss the other category of lower body exercises that should make up your workout program, hip dominant exercises.

Until then, enjoy the holiday weekend and may all your drives be long and in the fairway!