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Golf Is Not for the Weak

At the first glimpse, many would think that golf is a sport made for those who do not desire to involve a lot of physical effort in an entertaining activity. However, the reality is quite different. Namely, golf not only requires strength, but requires a lot of it. Therefore, you need a good workout program which will grant you a swing you will be proud of. All you need to do is use dumbbells while you practice your swing, tubing for strengthening your arms for performing stunning strikes and medicine balls for increasing endurance and physical capabilities, making yourself a golfer with no match.

Therefore, all you need to do is incorporate these exercises in a good workout schedule, making yourself more skilled and stronger and all these factors reflecting on your game. What is more, 15 minutes of these exercises daily will be more than sufficient for stunning results.

Golfing Exercises

Before you start exercising in a more advanced manner, you need to stretch these muscles of yours for optimal performance later. You can get your shoulders going by placing the shaft of your golf club vertically behind your back, grabbing it with the other hand and pulling it up until you feel the other hand stretching. After holding this for about 20 seconds, you can pull it down with your lower hand, stretching the upper one in the process. Once this is done, you may swap the hand position and do the same exercise again.

Next, you need to stretch your neck. This you can do by holding your hands by the wrists behind your back. Then, move your shoulder in a downward direction, until you feel your neck stretching. Once this is done, move the other shoulder for the same effect.

As for the exercises with the equipment mentioned above, you can only benefit from these. All you need to do is incorporate dumbbells in your swinging exercise, and medicine balls or tubing in your strength, flexibility and, again swinging. This will help you achieve maximum results. Lower and upper back stretches may be an excellent way to start these kinds of exercises.

Finally, you might perform seated twists by sitting in a chair, twisting your upper body by placing your left arm over your right shoulder while grabbing the left leg with the right arm at the same time. Pushing yourself this way will enable you to be far more flexible on the field.

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