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The golf swing relies on most of the body to generate force to strike the ball. Shoulders, legs, back, arms and core muscles all influence how far you can hit a golf ball.
But you can’t just do any workout. You need to specifically target the muscles you use on the course, and that’s why we reached out to Kate Davey—an Adv. Level 3 Personal Trainer—for workouts that can help you improve your game.
Short on time and no time to hit balls on the range? A quick warm-up routine will help you during those early holes in your round. Kate Davey from Precision Golf shows you some quick wins to increase flexibility and get you ready to go.
Kate Davey from Precision Golf shows you some in-depth exercises to find your rhythm and get your muscles firing before you’re given the green light to hit the course.
Why HIIT? When you hit a golf ball you need to fire up your muscles for maximum velocity. Kate takes you through this routine to improve your stamina, both mentally and physically and take your game to the next level.
A strong core will enable you to create stability both in your posture and throughout your golf swing — a win for every aspect of your game. Kate shows you a mixture of rotation and anti-rotation exercises to target your core.
The ability to dissociate your upper body from your lower body, and vice versa is an essential component for your lower body to lead the downswing. Improve your ball striking with these simple exercises from Kate, as you’ll learn how to move your upper body independently from the lower body correctly.
Looking for better ball contact? Kate shows some exercises to enhance your mobility and improve your stability in your backswing for consistent ball striking.
Want to swing more freely and add power off the tee? Kate shows you how to activate the correct muscles for a proper setup, which will free you up to rotate and get into better positions in your swing.
Building power isn’t as simple as swinging harder. In this workout, Kate shows you simple exercises which will help you increase your distance out on the course.