Best Exercises To Hit The Golf Ball Farther in 2020
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Five Simple And Easy Golf Exercises
Golf may not be a contact sport like football, basketball, soccer, etc. but the moves a golfer makes can cause the back, arms, hands to have problems.
Ok, What I have attempted to do here is share with folks some simple and easy to do exercises, that helped me keep from having game ending injuries. Over the years I have read, seen and experimented with various ways to ways in GOLF shape. Some of these are borrowed, some are revised, some maybe home made. So chances are that you will say "heard that somewhere", or "gee did not Bubby g says the same thing. YEP, Chances are your right. I have not tried to re-invent the wheel. So do the exercises and join us at the Uwharrie Country Club, North Carolina
These simple exercises can help strengthen arm and/or lower back muscles and just may keep you from getting hurt playing your favorite game.
Wrist curls Use a lightweight dumbbell. Lower the weight to the end of your fingers, then curl the weight back into your palm, followed by curling up your wrist to lift the weight an inch or two higher. Start with 2,3 4 sets of 5-10 repetitions with each arm.
Reverse wrist curls. Using a lightweight dumbbell. Place your hands in front of you, palm side down. Using your wrist, lift the weight up and down. Hold the arm that you are exercising above your elbow with your other hand in order to limit the motion to your forearm. Start with 2,3 4 sets of 5-10 repetitions with each arm.
A simple suggestion of possible exercises to help build up your forearm muscles. Plus maybe avoiding the dreaded golfers elbow
Tight Squeeze a tennis ball Squeezing a tennis ball for five minutes at a time is a simple, effective exercise that will strengthen your forearm muscles. Start with 2,3 4 sets of 5-10 repetitions with each arm.
Row, row,row. Firmly tie the ends of Bike inner tube. Place it around an object that is shoulder height (like a door hinge). Standing with your arms straight out in front of you, grasp the tubing and slowly pull it toward your chest. Release slowly. Start with 2,3 4 sets of 5-10 repetitions with each arm.
The Pull-down.With the bike inner tube still around the door hinge, kneel and hold the tubing over your head. Pull down slowly toward your chest, bending your elbows as you lower your arms. Raise the tubing slowly over your head. Start with 2,3 4 sets of 5-10 repetitions with each arm.
To those who don't play, golf seems like a low impact sport. But golf provides a real physical workout and arm and lower back pain and injuries are common among golfers. The A M A suggests that people use some preventive exercises to protect themselves against injury.