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Hey everyone! I am new to TST and looking for suggestions for new golf fitness exerciseses. Particularly looking for great core exercises, anti-rotation exercises and overall just good suggestions. What are your favorites?
My name is Jim Crane and I have been doing strength training since I was in high school. I am 67, still play volleyball and golf. It really pains me to see golfers have to quit the game or be in pain for days after a round of golf. It seems just tragic to me that a golfer like Tiger Wood, who could have been the greatest golfer of all time have to resort to surgery after surgery trying to just stay in the game, much less compete on the level we were all used to for so many years. I have developed a way of gaining strength, balance,and mobility in the body which I and others have found to be ve
Living in the Northeast, the off season starts in late November. Since that time, I dedicated myself to building my obliques and upper back muscles. This weekend my hard work is paying dividends. I picked up at least 10 yards off the tee. So do those planks and most importantly the side planks!
Its important to realise exercise is a stress to the human body. While it is important to strengthen your core muscles, it is even more important to do the right core exercises. You need to change your mind set from what are the best core exercises to what are the right core exercises for me. Unfortunately many of the core exercises prescribed may be the reason we are suffering from back pain. It is vital to functionally train your core muscles. Having a functional core is better than a strong core. Planks, sit ups, curl ups, leg raises are not functional and may aggravate your lower back!