Hip Dominant Exercises for Golfers

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Hey guys! Welcome to another edition of Fitness Friday!

Today is part 3 of my How To Build A Workout series and we’re talking about the 2nd main group of lower body exercises. These are called Hip Dominant exercises because they primarily involve hinging at the hip. A good hip hinge is something we want to see in a good setup posture as we address the ball. These exercises, along with the knee dominant exercises from my video 2 weeks ago, will make up a majority of our lower body strength training.

3 of my favorite hip dominant lower body exercises are the Kettlebell Deadlift, the Single Leg Deadlift and the Single Leg Hip Lift. Mastering these 3 exercises will help improve your setup posture, control slide and sway, and increase club head speed through higher ground reaction forces.

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. Listening to 80’s music like Spandau Ballet and George Michael will make them approximately 10% more effective!

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 upper body exercises that should make up your workout program!