Golf Workouts at Home: Workout 2/5

Looking for good golf workouts? Golf exercises at home? In Video 2 of this 5-part video series, Jaacob Bowden, PGA introduces you to a week-long golf workout program that you can do right from the comfort of your own home. It's one of the best golf workouts you can do in order to quickly and drastically increase club head speed, add power to your game and hit bombs, and lower your handicap and scoring potential.

Golf Workout Program Training Routines Overview:

Day 1 – Dynamic Swing Strength
Day 2 – Isometric Downswing Strength, Dynamic Swing Speed, Full Swing Repetitions
Day 3 – Isometric Downswing Strength, Dynamic Downswing Overspeed, Full Swing Repetitions
Day 4 – Rest & Recover
Day 5 – Isometric Downswing Strength, Dynamic Swing Strength, Dynamic Swing Speed, Full Swing Repetitions
Day 6 – Dynamic Downswing Overspeed, Full Swing Repetitions
Day 7 – Rest & Recover

If you would like to do the exercises symmetrically for both sides of the body, particularly the strength exercises, that is fine.

Jaacob Bowden's Personal Progress:
“At the time that I'm providing this update, today marks 2-weeks since I've been getting back on at-home swing speed training. I've only done 6 workouts in these 14 days (mostly using the Day 5 workout), however, I'm already back up 17 mph on my Swing Speed Radar. Here are my best speeds with my current driver gamer for the days I got in a workout. As you can see, it's kind of a zigzag upward pattern of progress. My previous personal record in 2007 when I competed in long drive was 155 mph. If I just stick with this, I don't see why I couldn't get back up to the 155 again, or even higher. It's just a matter of time spent consistently putting in the work.”
– Day 1 – 117mph
– Day 2 – 122 mph
– Day 5 – 129 mph
– Day 7 – 127 mph
– Day 11 – 132 mph
– Day 14 – 132 mph

Sports Sensors Golf Swing Speed Radar (Used In The Video):

Sports Sensors Golf Swing Speed Radar with Tempo Timer:

Momentus Sports Speed Whoosh (Used In The Video):

Resistance Bands (Used In The Video):

Additional/Alternative Option for Dynamic Swing Speed/Strength Cable Training:
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Average Golf Swing Speed Chart:

Additional Golf Workout Plans From Jaacob Bowden And/Or Swing Man Golf:

Golf Fitness – Swing Speed Training Certification Program (For Pros and Trainers):

11 thoughts on “Golf Workouts at Home: Workout 2/5

  1. I feel better now that I know my trail arm shaking on it's own on that first solo from the top of the backswing isn't just me 😉 lol. Today I'm on day 2 and I'm loving it!

  2. Hi Jaacob, I recorded my swing speed at 98 / 100mph, then started day 1, today I completed day 2, I am 66 yrs old and really enjoy your workouts. Am looking forward to the end of the week… Thank you

  3. Hi Jacob – I would like to do this, but I don't have resistance bands. I am a fairly fit 44 year old, but I haven't done strength training of any sort in years. What sort of resistance do you recommend I start with?

  4. Hi Jaacob,
    I have been using your workouts and have increased by swing speed 5 MPH in a very short period of time. I have substituted nunchucks for the handles and hold them just as I would my golf grip. For me that has been one of the best things that I could have done. Just a thought. Thanks again!!

  5. Hi Jaacob – is it ok to parlay these exercises with a super speed swing training (weighted golf sticks) or should they be done separately to reduce muscle fatigue

  6. Hi Jacob. As Sports Scientist I like the overloading approach you have come up with.
    Should you complete all sets in each Block before moving onto doing all the sets in the next Block, and so on?
    Or, should you do 1 set in series for each block, then move to the 1st set in the next Block, and then return to do the 2nd set for each Block in series/consecutively?
    Many thanks 🙂

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