Golf Strength & Fitness – One leg squat with a kettle bell

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If you want to improve your golf game, you need to do this exercise. My lower body is getting so much stronger because of the help of John Hoffman at Raleigh Strength & Fitness. He pushes me to improve and that’s what I like about him. When I first started working with him, I would do everything possible to avoid doing exercises with my lower body. The main reason I would avoid these exercises was because I was already very weak there and it hurt to perform the moves. However, I’ve learned that in order to get through the painful aspects of doing these moves, I had to start doing them. Basically, you’ll need to start doing the exercise without any weights & then gradually add weight as you get more comfortable. Most of the time, I don’t use heavy weights when I train, because we can use the body weight to get the most out of the exercise. Remember, if it hurts, it’s not a bad thing. You just need to work through it so your muscles can adapt to the moves and become stronger. Also, keep in mind that the reason I am doing these exercises is because they focus on the muscle I will be using when I am swinging a golf club. And over all, that is the most important thing to me. Although, I also realize that my body is becoming stronger and more flexible all at the same time.

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
President of G&B Golf Worldwide