Flexibility

Build Your Lower Body Strength For More Power

By at February 5, 2014 | 12:00 pm | 8 Comments

Jeremy Klinkhamer

Power from the lower body starts with strong legs.  It takes a necessary amount of strength to apply speed.  When this comes together with proper technique you get power.  As the legs produce power it’s easier to transfer it to the upper body.  This video shows a progression of exercises built for lower body power.  […]

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Tricep Training For Your Backswing

By at January 29, 2014 | 12:00 pm | 5 Comments

Jeremy Klinkhamer

Tricep muscles are located on the back of your upper arm.  Simply put, the triceps main purpose is to straighten the elbow if it’s bent or keep the elbow straight if it’s already straight.  In the golf swing the triceps are very important in each arm for different reasons.  The exercise in this video should […]

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How To Increase The Shoulder Mobility In Your Golf Swing

By at January 22, 2014 | 12:00 pm | 8 Comments

Jeremy Klinkhamer

The shoulder’s ability to rotate is the last of my big 3 rotational series.  As far as rotational ability goes, the most important areas are the hips, spine and (last but not least) the shoulders.  In this tip, we will look at a way to self-test your shoulder motion and then find a way to […]

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Plank With Opposite Lift

By at January 15, 2014 | 12:00 pm | 0 Comment

Jeremy Klinkhamer

The moment tour players release their lag and put that energy into the club for ball-strike their core muscles stabilize.  It’s not much different than driving down the road and pulling the emergency break… everything inside the car flies toward the windshield.  The faster the emergency break is put on, the faster things hit the […]

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Help Relieve Low Back Pain

By at January 8, 2014 | 12:00 pm | 5 Comments

Jeremy Klinkhamer

Almost every golfer has suffered from low back pain at one point.  In this video we will look at one common reason this pain occurs and help treat it with some simple exercises.  As with all treatment this video may reach a broad spectrum of people but not all of you.  Please remember to consult […]

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Balance Is Critical In A Consistent Swing

By at January 1, 2014 | 12:00 pm | 10 Comments

Jeremy Klinkhamer

This video is the first in our balance series.  We will be going through 3 phases of the golf swing where balance is critical.  But first, here is a great test to see how you stack up.  If you can get good at this test first you’ll have a head start for the next video. […]

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How To Increase Your Shoulder Turn Around A Stable Base

By at December 25, 2013 | 12:00 pm | 5 Comments

Jeremy Klinkhamer

The only way to get proper torque in your backswing is to have lower body stability with upper body mobility.  This takes spine rotation flexibility and the physical ability to stabilize the lower body.  Once you gain this functional movement skill and pass the simple test in the video, you’ll be able to turn any […]

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Standing Hip Stretch With Club

By at December 18, 2013 | 10:02 pm | 0 Comment

Jeremy Klinkhamer

Stretching your hips is essential to maintain proper range of motion for your golf swing.  Many times we tighten up during our round of golf or even during our workout.  In this video I’ll show you a really easy way to keep your hips loose on the fly.  Grab a club, a wall, your cart […]

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Plank With Push Up

By at December 12, 2013 | 12:25 am | 2 Comments

Jeremy Klinkhamer

Planks are one of my favorite core exercises for golfers.  As mentioned many times, stability of the core is what transfers energy from the body into the arms and club.  In this plank variation we work on classic plank-style stability but add in some arm strength, in particular, the triceps and chest.  Those two muscle […]

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Lunge Twist

By at December 4, 2013 | 11:33 pm | 0 Comment

Jeremy Klinkhamer

Once again, lower body stability is the theme.  This time we dive into the lunge.  The lunge has been a long-time favorite in the fitness world but has been criticized by many because it can cause knee pain when done incorrectly (which is very often in my opinion).  In light of this, I’ve put you […]

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