A Complete 12 Week Golf Workout Especially Great For Building Off Season GainsAre you signed up for a tournament in the near future? Taking the golf trip to Scotland that you have dreamed of for years? Whatever your future event is, you can use this complete 12 week program to get ready for it. It’s very important to set a goal related to the event, write it down, and look at it every single day. Imagine yourself playing the best game of your life in 12 weeks from now and how a golf fitness plan can help you. Imagine the course, imagine the weather, imagine the free flowing feeling of your swing....even imagine the look on the rest of your groups faces as you outplay them by a stroke on every single hole of the entire course….twice!
Golfers everywhere are in search of general all around golf fitness and conditioning programs to help them get in better ‘golf shape’. These types of programs are perfect for off season as well as in season conditioning depending on how competitive of a playing schedule you maintain.
The important elements of a golf fitness program include exercises for building stability, mobility, strength and power. This is something almost all top golf fitness professionals can agree upon.
The Complete 12 Week Golf Fitness Program is designed to be used as a general golf fitness conditioning program to meet the needs of the majority of golfers. It includes both exercises and stretches addressing the most common areas of tightness and weaknesses for golfers.
As always, it is really important to give a lot of thought and attention to your posture when performing each exercise. Some golfers just go through the motions of an exercise without this extra attention and don’t always get all the results they are looking for. By always staying in good posture as you perform each exercise you protect yourself from injury, build better strength in the same areas you need for golf and work out more efficiently.
The exercises and stretches should be performed in supersets. Begin by performing the number of repetitions for each exercise, then immediately move to the second exercise in the pairing. After you perform one set of both exercises, rest 30 seconds, then repeat again. Now, move to the second superset. Continue until all exercises in the supersets have been completed.