Using exercise for golf to strengthen your swing could be one of the wisest decisions you’ve ever make in regards to improving power and distance.
Have you tried those gimmicky training aids in hopes to strengthen your swing? If so, were you successful? I can take a guess, but I won’t get on you too much.
Most of the touring pros are now using exercise for golf to strengthen their swing and have seen their driving distance go way up. And yes…their equipment has a little bit to do with it, but can’t take all the credit.
I have said thousands of times, “it’s your BODY that plays the game, not your equipment”. Doesn’t that make sense to you?
Like any athlete…he or she spends a huge amount of time strengthening their muscles specific to their sport.
Why wouldn’t you as a golfer do the same thing?
Hopefully after reading this article you’ll give it strong consideration.
Using exercise for golf to strengthen your swing entails the use of a stability ball, exercise tubing, handweights and even a weighted medicine ball. These are all inexpensive golf training tools that can have a dramatic affect on your game.
I can’t tell you how many golfers (thousands) have emailed me telling me their amazing improvements in power, distance and accuracy from using exercise for golf to strengthen their swing.
It’s a very simple approach that won’t leave you sweating like a pig and spending hours upon hours in your gym. In fact…you don’t need a gym to do the kind of golf training I’m talking about.
With the above golf training equipment, you can do a simple golf exercise program in less than 30 minutes “in your home”. Now that’s time-savings and even financial savings not having to keep up a gym membership.
The premise of using exercise for golf to strengthen your swing is one that warrants quick results with a minimal time requirement.