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How to Build Balance and Golf Mobility for Your Swing… At Home

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 »

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How to Gain More Distance for Golf by Building Stronger Glutes

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 »

Golf Lessons with Justin Leonard

Justin Leonard’s At-Home Golf Warmup Routine

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.

GOLFFOREVER vs. Buying a New Driver

Following a personalized golf fitness program is the *real* way to gain distance and play your best golf Your current driver may only be a couple of years old, but it sure can be tempting to buy the latest model promising more distance and accuracy. After all, who wouldn’t want to step on to the first… Read more »

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Increase Mobility in Your Feet to Improve Your Golf Swing

In golf-specific fitness training, it’s pretty common to see exercises such as deadlifts, lunges, cleans and kettlebell swings. These exercises build the big muscles — quadriceps, hamstrings and gluteals — that contribute to powerful hip extension force for a more explosive swing. When performed correctly and advanced progressively, all of these exercises have their place… Read more »

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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 »