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Golf Postural Strength Exercise

by Coach Stephen on

golf postural strength

We all know that maintaining your spinal angle is crucial to having a repeatable golf swing.

And spine angle is a key element of your golf posture.

That’s why it’s important to perform the following golf postural strength exercise.

If your golf postural muscles are unbalanced and/or weak, you really don’t stand a chance at having the consistency on the last few holes that you did earlier in the round. As your golf postural strength begins to wane, you can start hanging more off your ligaments, which can alter your swing mechanics just enough… to be the difference between in the fairway and out of bounds.

In  previous videos we’ve discussed which muscles to stretch, and today we’ll show you exactly how to use a band to improve your golf postural strength and endurance.

Related: Upper Body Golf Stretches to Improve Distance (Video)

If you have any questions, please let me know in the comments section below.

Let’s take care of your golf posture… and Get After Old Man Par.

Coach Stephen

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Raymond CHASTEL August 26, 2016 at

Excellent Exercise ,Stephen ,to avoid a “crouched” back and “slouched “posture .
But what’s more important in the golf swing is the lower body :glutes, hamstrings ,quadriceps ,together with the core (Lateral abs ).To give speed to the clubhead ,the “impulse “must come up from the ground ,through the glutes ,hamstrings ,quadriceps and the lateral abs .These are the muscles you should primarily work on .Could you kindly show us how to do so ?

Coach Stephen September 6, 2016 at

Hey Raymond – thank you, as always, for your comment. Yes, indeed the lower body and oblique musculature is crucial for the golf swing. Be sure to check out the following post from the blog:

Plus, I just recorded another lower body exercise for an upcoming post, so stay tuned.

Keep me posted on your progress, and Get After Old Man Par.

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