Rory McIlroy's strength day workout | GolfPass | Golf Channel

Pound for pound, Rory McIlroy is one of the longest drivers in the world. In this video, he walks you through three exercises he does to stay in shape and maximize his swing speed. For more great tips sign up at #GolfChannel #GolfPass #RoryMcIlroy
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Rory McIlroy's strength day workout | GolfPass | Golf Channel

8 thoughts on “Rory McIlroy's strength day workout | GolfPass | Golf Channel

  1. Fantastic Rory, if you want to win ryder cup in 2 years you need to start playing good golf again now. Your name no longer strikes fear in tje americans cus you have not bin producing

  2. Reduce time in gym and spend that time putting 7 feet and in. Practice 4 footers till you can do it in your sleep. Forget about driving the ball long and concentrate on hitting fairways. When you miss fairways and greens, you put too much pressure on yourself to make putts when you have birdie/eagle opportunities. Think back to 2011 and try to be that golfer – only more mature. Go Rory!

  3. Little tip with the gob squat, flip the kettle bell upside down when you hold it and your wrists will get a workout as well
    Wrist strength is ver underrated in golf

  4. Just do the Big Four, plus pull-ups, and you’ve got a good baseline for strength covered. Then, if you want or need some explosive movements, you can throw in the Olympic lifts, but these aren’t necessary. I’d rather devote any additional time to pure cardio or flexibility work.

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