Golf Strength & Fitness – Monster walk & step / squat press

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This monster walk & step with a squat press exercise is brutal. As you monster walk, you’ll squat with the bar bells above your head. The hard part is continually holding the weight above your shoulders and then you have to press the weight up as you come up and out of the squat. If you are looking for a full body exercise, this is the one to do. As a matter of fact, perform this exercise a couple times a day and you won’t need many other exercises. It would be a great daily little work out routine. This is a great exercise to improve the muscles in your lower back, legs, shoulders and arms for the golf swing. You won’t have any choice but to be more explosive.

Again, for a long time, I was not a huge fan of squatting exercises, but it’s certainly more motivating when my personal trainer is telling me to do it. I’d probably never do this move by myself, and this is why a personal trainer is critically important to the improvement of your golf game. The great news is that I’m learning more and more all the time from Raleigh Strength and Fitness. However, please keep in mind that I’m not a certified personal trainer – I’m a PGA Teaching Professional. I understand how I want your swing to work, but I’m not an expert at understanding every muscle you’ll use to hit the golf ball. My knowledge shines on the lesson tee, where I can help you determine club selection, pre-shot routine, and all areas of swinging golf clubs and putting.

For more information on golf strength and fitness, please ask me or call John directly at Raleigh Strength & Fitness. He’d be glad to structure a work out routine that works best for you and your golf game.

For more help with improving your golf game by strength and fitness, please consult my personal trainer John Hoffman. He can clearly lead you in the right direction.

All the best in golf,

Greg Greksa
PGA Professional
Director of Instruction
Grexa Golf Raleigh
Wildwood Green Golf Club