Build Your Upper Body Strength For More Power

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  1. carlosgomez, 12 months ago

    Was thinking of getting the Ultimate swing trainer, you think me doing
    this exercises is equal to the ust thanks

    • Jeremy Klinkhamer

      Jeremy Klinkhamer, 12 months ago

      Hi Carlos,
      I really like the Ultimate Swing Trainer. It’s very multi-purpose and sturdy. I’m a big fan of tubing exercises but I also like medicine balls, free-weights, etc. What I’m getting at is to be well-rounded with your strength routine… don’t let your body get used to the same equipment and same resistance. Your body will respond to this change.
      Jeremy Klinkhamer, PT

    • RaymondCHASTEL, 2 months ago

      Fine reminder ,Jeremy ,of the basic core strengthening exercises,
      It seems to me you are swinging a too low Weight médecine ball ,2 kgs probably .
      I do my exercises with a 4 Kgs médecine ball
      As for the rubber tubing ,it’s really the best exersize I know of!
      It should be complèted by the reverse exersize where the tubing pulls you towards the target.

    • RaymondCHASTEL, 2 months ago

      You really should :it did add distance to my driving distance ,together with improved consitency !

  2. RaymondCHASTEL, 9 months ago

    Thanks for showing these exercises :they do add strength to your core .I also use Mike BAUMAN ‘s ULTIMATE SWING TRAINER ,as well as THE SPEED CHAIN and the TORNADO BALL .Speed in THE hip rotation is ,as PAUL WILSON demonstrates ,Paramount to increase club head Speed and distance .Bill PRICHARD ,THE cr

  3. RaymondCHASTEL, 2 months ago

    Jeremy ,
    Apart from the core ,the lower body strength is important for a powerful golf swing ,as the Power comes from the earth upwards :do you have exersizes (Apart the one you demonstrated recently ,lifting the knees ) to dévelop the butt (rear end)and the thighs ?
    Downhill ski racers have overdeveloped thighs and butts to demain stable and sustain the bumps of the race course downhill.
    I have rather weak legs and thighs ,and therefore can’t push that much nor give the ” Spring ” effect in my through swing !
    I just do the ” chair ” sitting against a wall.
    Maybe I should also push weights upwards ?
    Could you advise what to do ?

    • Jeremy Klinkhamer

      Jeremy Klinkhamer, 2 months ago

      Hi Raymonod,
      There are about 10-12 videos on Ignition Golf (under the FLEXIBILITY tab) pertaining to leg strength and more to come! As for your “push” strength you should consider the two videos pertaining to lunges. Also, another good one is to go to the “Bottom Up” exercise and add a powerful squat to that exercise… in the video you will see me do a mild quick squat to help the weight up… you can always add a larger squat to that and get a wonderful “push” exercise for your thigh strength.
      Jeremy Klinkhamer, PT

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