Pallof Press To Strengthen Your Golf Core

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This simple but effective exercise is called the Pallof using the GolfGym PowerSwing Trainer. This is an Anti-Rotation drill.

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In this video, Ken Pierce, President of GolfGym and creator of the GolfGym PowerSwing Trainer and PowerSWING Plus, demonstrates a simple exercise that can help to strengthen your core which is essential to perform a stable golf swing while protecting your back. This simple but effective exercise is called the Pallof Press using the GolfGym PowerSwing Trainer.

Perform this exercise while in a solid and stable stance. Step away from the point of attachment of the resistance cord in the PowerSwing Trainer. Standing facing straight ahead, press the grip out in front of you resisting the rotation. Perform 3 sets of presses on the right and the left at 12 repetitions each set.

To get more resistance, just step more away from the point of attachment. For less resistance, step closer to the point of attachment. Good Luck with these easy exercises. Your CORE will thank you for it.
Ken Pierce

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