With the Ryder Cup under way today, it got me thinking about all the performance elements that these great players possess. It obviously takes a lot of skill but also physical ability, mental focus / strength and confidence, all three of these are 'bonus' benefits from training! The most obvious is the physical benefit, strong, explosive muscles in the … Continue reading Golf Fitness – Mental Benefits Of Training For Golf
Ahh leg training... many a hard, painful session has been spent training legs. In my opinion your legs and glutes are the engine of your golf swing, the stronger and more powerful your legs are, the more explosive speed you can generate and generate it in a controlled manner. I like to think of my … Continue reading Golf Workout Series – 4 Exercises For Powerful Legs
I have a few topics to go over today, having a good round of golf at the weekend had me thinking about the work I had put in recently at the gym and in practice. It seems to have really paid of in terms of reaching my latest goals and I wanted to talk about motivation and knowing … Continue reading Golf fitness – Staying motivated, knowing your weaknesses and todays workout.
Training for golf is fun in of itself, it is however done for a specific reason. Maybe you want more distance (everyone wants more distance) maybe you want to build a solid core, whatever your goal, you should take time every now and again to sit back and appreciate your achievements. All too often we … Continue reading The Big Pay Off! A Full Weekend Of Playing Golf.
The weather has been pretty hit and miss the last few days here in the south of England, I took this quick snap as I was leaving the course this afternoon after a windy overcast day. I checked the forecast and it was due to stay overcast with chances of sun! My car needed a … Continue reading Cleaning cars and ‘swinging’ in the rain
Sounds like a Narnia book, don't you think? I'm sat writing this just about to head to the gym, lower body day today. The dreaded 'leg day' as known to most gym bros for good reason, its hard work spending an hour squatting and deadlifting (I like to throw in some fun stuff like back and bicep training at … Continue reading The gym, the range and the course.