Golf courses are starting to reopen, and you might have the itch to get out there and play, but there’s one problem. You’re not in golf shape. Even if gyms are closed there are still exercises you can do at home to help you get back into golf shape.
Flexibility and strength are necessary when playing golf. Here are the 5 exercises you can do at home while in quarantine. Keep in mind that these exercises should be performed in the proper form. Don’t overexert yourself to avoid muscle strain when working out at home.
Great for the quads and leg strength, performing lunges will help your golf game.
Sit-ups are great core exercises meant to work your abs and hip flexors. These muscles help with your overall golf game.
Keep in mind not to crunch your neck while performing a sit up. Just keep your neck straight without tucking it into your chest.
Leg day might be the least favorite of the workout day, but it provides a tremendous benefit to golfers.
This workout focuses on your quads, glutes, and core.
What hip crossovers work out is your lower back and hips. While performing this exercise your core will also engage (which helps with your swing).
This is a great exercise to strengthen your hips and lower back. As the great “Chubbs” once said, it’s all in the hips.
Planks are good for engaging your core and maintaining stability in your torso.
You’ll want to repeat this about 3-5 times.
These exercises can be worked on at the comfort of your home and it’ll help get you in shape when you are going to play a round of golf. When you're ready to go out to the course, don't forget to wear the latest golf polo and hats.
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