Top 3 Golf Exercises You Can Do | Fitness Tips | Golf Monthly

► European Tour Physio Nigel Tilley demonstrates the best three exercises you can do in the gym to improve your golf fitness!

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7 thoughts on “Top 3 Golf Exercises You Can Do | Fitness Tips | Golf Monthly

  1. These golf swing techniques “Jοmtοnο Naha” (Google it) cover the golf swing in excellent detail. The book shows the specific skills and also swing strategies utilized by all golf competition specialists. Midway down the tutorial and I am pretty satisfied. After knowing the tricks, I tried it quickly and I scored low 80s rounds three times consecutively. .

  2. Not certain about the points made but ,if anyone else needs to find out about

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    try Magonsi Amazing Golf Expert (just google it ) ? Ive heard some interesting things about it and my brother in law got amazing results with it.

  3. I work out a lot, but I do need to incorporate more squats and dead lifts/squats into my leg day routine. Today is legs and arms day, so it's a good time to get started. I already do squat presses, but I can definitely say that doing those and regular squats are 2 totally different things. The 1st time I did regular squats, I got so freakin sore that I could barely walk the next day and that surprised me. But, I learned a lot from that and isn't that what it's all about?

  4. I've used the trap bar for years and it's a top piece of equipment. My advice is to use this as opposed to a standard barbell as I really messed up my lower back with barbell squats and rows. 10 months of recovery and I haven't touched a barbell squat since !!

    Great tips and would love to see views on flexibility as I'm considering yoga. I'm a couple of months off 50 and really want to maintain strength and flexibility in order to stay competitive on the golf course against these young guns ?

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