Many golfers experience lower back pain. But the key to preventing and relieving lower back pain is not what you think.
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A 25-minute, golf exercise routine that focuses on core elements of your swing. As we mention throughout the GOLFFOREVER program, working on improving your golf mobility will have a direct impact on your ability to perform as a golfer. The golf swing requires coordination of many body parts, including your hips, shoulders, and upper back…. Read more »
Learn quick and simple golf stretches and flexibility exercises that you can do anywhere The key to playing your best begins with properly warming up before you head out to play. This goes beyond simply grinding through a bucket of range balls 10 minutes before your tee time. If you aren’t warming up in the right… Read more »
GOLFFOREVER’s simple golf exercises can provide the key to unlocking more power in your golf swing The strongest muscles in the body? The gluteal muscles (glutes), which are the group of three muscles that make up the buttocks. Your glutes stabilize your hips and pelvis to help support your lower back. The biggest of the… Read more »
Justin Leonard shares simple ways you can increase flexibility and mobility before you play with golf stretches and exercise you can do at home before you head to the golf course.
Learn how to get the most out of your swing by adding quick and simple golf exercises to your daily routine.
The key to treating golf elbow pain is to take the necessary steps to improve the quality of your forearm function. Learn how with GOLFFOREVER.
Learn how to enjoy our most immersive at-home fitness experience by connecting GOLFFOREVER to your big-screen TV The GOLFFOREVER program makes it easy to take your fitness plan anywhere with a couple simple clicks. With modern technology, it’s easier than ever to connect to your preferred home television, but depending on the devices at your… Read more »
Recently, I was stopped in my tracks by an article in the national news with the headline: “Average person feels too OLD to workout at 41”. Surprising? Disturbing? In this survey of 2,000 adults, most pegged 41 years old as the age when one becomes too old to work out regularly. I read this article… Read more »
Golf is a game of skill. But it’s also a game that requires the body to produce a significant amount of twisting (also known as rotational) force. From the ankles and knees through the back, hips and shoulders, twisting force transfers from the ground up and culminates in the club producing fast speeds that enable… Read more »