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Better for Golf: Yoga or Strength Training?

It’s a common question that’s often asked with the expectation of a black-and-white answer: What’s better for golf … yoga or strength training? Like many aspects of the game, the answer isn’t that simple and instead specific to every individual. The reason? Two important concepts: mobility and flexibility. While often thought to be interchangeable, these… Read more »

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What’s The Best Way To Stretch Your Lower Back For Golf?

The answer to lower back tightness related to golf might not be what you think: Stretching isn’t the best long-termsolution for a tight lower back. Naturally, this may seem counterintuitive because stretching can feel good and loosen up your back in the moment. But you may not realize that without following the proper short- and long-term protocols,… Read more »

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What Are The Best Exercises For Golf I Can Do At Home?

When it comes to golfers like Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, Lexi Thompson and many others taking golf fitness to another level, it can be intimidating to think intense golf exercise training is the only way to reach your potential on the golf course. The reality is you can start on the path to building your… Read more »

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Why Do I Have Lower Back Pain After Playing Golf?

Here’s a scenario you may find all too familiar: You start a round of golf feeling physically great and excited about the day ahead. Then, a few holes in, it happens. Your lower back starts acting up and it becomes increasingly more difficult to make a swing, place the ball on the tee and pick… Read more »

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The Perfect Prescription for a Better and Healthier Golf Swing

Golf is an advanced skill which requires timing and rhythm to execute a good swing. It requires a lot of ground-up and rotational force, from the foot, transferring to the ankle, then to the knee, into the hip through the spine and into the shoulder, eventually to the wrist then out to the club. It’s… Read more »