Warm Up for Golf Athletic Golf Training. Workouts For Shoulders Glutes And Core For A Better Swing

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Workouts for golf and warm ups http://www.athleticgolftraining.com/3-exercises-bpg
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Here’s a few exercises you could use this as a golf workout in itself to improve the strength and stability in your glutes (bum) your core and shoulders. All of which are crucial in the action of a smooth, pain free golf swing that will work right off the first tee.

Alternatively you can use this golf fitness circuit to warm up some of the most important muscles before playing golf if you are playing at the moment (we know many of you are too cold for that!) or before you workout in the gym.

A lot of you are regularly exercising right now because of the time of year so make sure you limber up correctly before you follow any golf fitness program or workout.

Warming up before you play is so important but it frustrates us here at Athletic Golf Training and one reason we created 7 Minutes To Power and Performance for just $7 so you can prepare and cool down the right way to smash it off the first tee and be injury free.

The only equipment required is the Golf Band and Golf Loop (other resistance bands can work well too)

This will help you to work on your golf swing as in this video from Alistair Davies showing how the arms work in the swing and how you can practice at home with no club or balls. The shoulders need mobility and this workout does just that.

See his video here;

Practice drill at home – The arm movement drills

As it’s a warm up, try to keep the tempo high and move quickly from one exercise to the next.

Glutes (Bum muscles)

Glute bridge – 12-15 reps

Squats with external rotation – 15 each side

Plank star jumps – 12-15 reps

Plank leg raises – 12-15 each side

Golf Posture quick feet (in and out) – 15 each side

Monster walks – 15 forwards and backwards

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Shoulder blade/upper back muscles

Golf posture pull aparts – 20 reps

No monies – 20 reps

Push up plus with band – 12-15 reps

Supine overhead extensions – 10-12 reps

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Core

Oblique mountain climbers – 15 each side

Plank with rotation – 10 each side

Side plank with rotation/reach – 10 each side

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