Isometric Exercises – Golf Swing Speed Muscles – Club head speed – Resistance band exercise

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Isometric exercises are ideal for those looking to improve their golf swing speed, club head speed and driving distance.

Using the resistance band with an isometric training strategy is safe and effective to increase your golf driving distance.

The resistance band has a variable elastic potential that when stretched and held apart by your muscles is able to increase strength that increases golf swing speed.

Holding the resistance band for 10-15 seconds is an isometric exercise that recruits golf swing speed muscles resulting in longer drives.

Perform each isometric exercise three times using the resistance band for greater club head speed and driving distance.