Dynamic Strength
Golf Asia|October 2020
Dynamic Strength
A Good Grounding For Balance And Power
Charles Davies

When playing any sport that requires a degree of athleticism, quality of impact makes all the difference in performance. It is therefore important to get the right balance of muscular strength and size, as well as power. For golfers it is all about the swing.

More than hitting the ball further, building the right level of strength and getting the core foundations in place prevents injury.

Previously we have looked at mobility, flexibility, core control and stability, rotation for power and speed, and most recently the importance of the glutes.

Golf is more dynamic than it is static, as such we should train similarly through:

• Different planes of motion

• Single leg exercises

• Deceleration and rotational drills

• Explosive drills

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October 2020