By this point, you might be a little sore, particularly if you are not used to this type of training. Although we’ll be taking tomorrow off to rest and recover, generally speaking, take rest and recovery time at any point you need it. It’s an important part of training. If you are feeling tired and fatigued, your performance is dragging, you are agitated or moody, etc…take a day or more off to come back fresh.
We want to keep you healthy and this training to be fun!
That being said, if you’re ready for Day 3 of our week-long golf fitness training program, we’re going to do two things we’ve already done from yesterday’s workout. But this time, we’ll add in a new block of training, the Dynamic Downswing Overspeed exercises using our resistance bands.
Day 1 – Dynamic Swing Strength
Day 2 – Isometric Downswing Strength, Dynamic Swing Speed, Full Swing Repetitions
Day 3 – Isometric Downswing Strength, Dynamic Downswing Overspeed, Full Swing Repetitions
Day 4 – Rest & Recover
Day 5 – Isometric Downswing Strength, Dynamic Swing Strength, Dynamic Swing Speed, Full Swing Repetitions
Day 6 – Dynamic Downswing Overspeed, Full Swing Repetitions
Day 7 – Rest & Recover
For these Dynamic Downswing Overspeed exercises, we’ll basically be using the resistance bands to rubber band and sling shot your downswing.
Note: This article is for informational purposes only. Consult a physician before performing this or any exercise program.
Walters: Try this practice hack for better bunker shots
Your ability to hit better bunker shots is dramatically reduced if you have no facility to practice these shots. With so few facilities (especially in the UK) having a practice bunker it’s no wonder I see so many golfers struggle with this skill.
Yet the biggest issue they all seem to have is the inability to get the club to enter the sand (hit the ground) in a consistent spot. So here is a hack to use at the range to improve your bunker shots.
Clement: The significant difference between hitting up vs down with the driver
In this incredible video, we show you the significant difference between what hitting down vs hitting up on the driver does—which absolutely confirms why Kyle Berkshire went from 5th in the world in long drive competitions to world champion.
Savy has this 7-to-9-degree positive or upward angle of attack and you will see in this video, just the difference of four degrees can affect the outcome by over 50 to 80 yards!
Happy Birthday, Tiger! My top 5 favorite Tiger Woods YouTube videos ever
I’ve watched these thousands of times each. Most of the YouTube content I ingest when I’m not watching true crime, Luke Kwon, or TXG, is Tiger Woods vids. I see and learn something new every time, and in all honesty, we are fortunate to be able to watch so much greatness in one spot at our own pace over and over again.
These five videos represent my best of the best, from the visual joy, emotional (2008 U.S. Open and 2019 Masters), and just pure awe.
WE WILL NEVER SEE ANOTHER PLAYER LIKE THIS EVER AGAIN. #facts
#5 2008 U.S. Open Range Session
#4 2000 Thailand Range Session
#3 2000 Thailand 3-wood Vapor and Maybe the Best Golf Swing Ever recorded on film
#2 2008 U.S. Open Rocco vs Tiger
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