Core Strengthening for Golfers

Core Exercise Strengthening for Golfers

Core Exercise Strengthening for Golfers

Over the last 30 years, the technology of golf has improved drastically. We have titanium clubheads and graphite shafts, golf balls that are designed to longer distances, computerized caddies and numerous other gadgets promising the improve our game. With all these incredible advances in technology, why is it the average golfer’s handicap is the same as it was 30 years ago?

PGA professionals know that the secret to a better golf game is not a new set of clubs or the latest golfing gadget. It’s core strengthening. All the pros are raving about how much better they play with a  stronger core.

The Golfers Core Workout

 Core Lumbar Strength

You can’t play golf well if your back hurts. Even putting puts a strain on your back as it requires the average golfer to bend down dozens of times during a round of gold. Besides helping to reduce back pain, this machine also helps improve your posture, which is crucial in keeping your club in the correct swing plane.

Core Tose Rotation

If you want to hit the ball further, you need to create a greater angle between your shoulders and hips during the backswing. This will give you more leverage, which results in faster clubhead speed. By using the Torso rotations, not only will your flexibility increase, but you will notice marked improvements in your strength.

Core 4-Way Neck

Proper neck alignment is key to hitting a good shot. Too many golfers, especially ones with neck problems, don’t hold their heads in the proper position. By strengthening our cervical muscles, you will maintain the proper spine angle through the golf swing.

Core Ab Isolator

Strong abdominal muscles are vital to spinal support. By strengthening these muscles, you will improve your balance, which means

Core super stretch

Golfers with poor flexibility simply cannot drive the ball very perform.  Most flexibility exercises are not measurable. With this machine, you not only measure your improvements but as you perform six different flexibility exercises that mimic the

Buddy Alexander, the head men’s golf coach at the University of Florida, had this to say about and The Core: “The Core Spinal System was an enormous help during my rehab after back surgery a few years ago.  Is even more helpful as it helps to reduce back pain, strengthens my core and keeps me flexible enough to remain competitive. All golfers want to hit the ball farther and The Core not only helps with that but also will keep you healthy enough to enjoy golf into your later years.”

* Information provided by Personal Fitness Professional.