July

  • Sway Control Golf Exercise

    Written by Darren Roberts on Thursday, 03 July 2008

    Sway and slide is a common swing fault caused by lack of control in the lower body muscles, which in turn means there is less stability over the golf ball. Darren Roberts performs a squat exercise to show how to prevent this fault. Watch this 'Sway Control Golf Exercise' video now.

  • Hook Prevention Golf Exercise

    Written by Darren Roberts on Thursday, 03 July 2008

    Tight calf muscles can cause early extension in a golf swing. A straightforward stretch of the calf muscles will prevent a hook. Darren Roberts demonstrates. Scroll down to watch this 'Hook Prevention Golf Exercise' video...

  • Golf Exercise for Tight Hamstrings

    Written by Darren Roberts on Thursday, 03 July 2008

    Correct body positioning is essential for a successful golf swing. An integral part of this is the ability to bend forward at the hips. In this exercise, Darren Roberts explains how a simple hamstring stretch will help your swing mechanics. Watch this 'Golf Exercise for Tight Hamstrings' video now.

  • Pelvis Tilt Golf Exercise

    Written by Darren Roberts on Thursday, 03 July 2008

    Darren Roberts demonstrates a pelvis tilt golf exercise. Watch this 'Pelvis Tilt Golf Exercise' video now.

  • Body Disassociation Golf Exercise

    Written by Darren Roberts on Thursday, 03 July 2008

    Body disassociation is a golf exercise that is intended to enhance your golf swing by enabling the separate movement of both the upper and lower body. In this video, Darren Roberts demonstrates how to perform this exercise effectively. Watch this 'Body Disassociation Golf Exercise' video now.

  • Good Address Position Golf Exercise

    Written by Darren Roberts on Thursday, 03 July 2008

    The success of addressing a golf ball can be enhanced by the positioning of the player. As Darren Roberts explains in this simple golf exercise, tilting the pelvis will provide a more controlled and powerful golf swing. Watch this 'Good Address Position Golf Exercise' video now. ...

  • Golf Exercise For Overengaged Hamstrings

    Written by Darren Roberts on Thursday, 03 July 2008

    Personal trainer Darren Roberts gives a short demonstration on how to alleviate overengaged hamstrings with a simple exercise. Watch this 'Golf Exercise For Overengaged Hamstrings' video now.

  • Side Plank Golf Exercise

    Written by Darren Roberts on Thursday, 03 July 2008

    Darren Roberts performs a side plank exercise to enhance trunk strength. This exercise should be used alongside the front plank that is also demonstrated in this series of golf exercises. Watch this 'Side Plank Golf Exercise' video now.

  • Lat Stretch Golf Exercise

    Written by Darren Roberts on Wednesday, 02 July 2008

    Strength and conditioning expert Darren Roberts gives a short demonstration of how to perform a lat stretch. Watch this 'Lat Strech Golf Exercise' video now.

  • Trunk Strength Explained

    Written by Darren Roberts on Wednesday, 02 July 2008

    Trunk strength is vital for a steady golf swing. Maintaining the angle of your spine is key and there are two main exercises to help this: the front plank and side plank, as Darren Roberts explains and introduces in this clip. Watch this 'Trunk Strength Explained' video now.

  • Front Plank Golf Exercise

    Written by Darren Roberts on Wednesday, 02 July 2008

    Personal trainer Darren Roberts gives a short demonstration on how to perform a front plank exercise. Watch this 'Front Plank Golf Exercise' video now.

  • Golf Exercises to Stop Slicing

    Written by Darren Roberts on Tuesday, 01 July 2008

    Slicing the ball is usually seen to be down to a technical fault. However, it can be due to physical problems with tight upper body muscles. Shoulder and lat stretches can help to prevent slicing and these are shown in this golf exercises to stop slicing video. Watch this 'Golf Exercises to Stop Slicing' video from Darren Roberts now.

  • Shoulder Flexibility Golf Exercise

    Written by Darren Roberts on Tuesday, 01 July 2008

    Shoulder flexibility is a fundamental physical factor when performing a successful golf swing. Standing up straight and tilting the arm back as far as possible can test this. Darren Roberts demonstrates with this shoulder flexibility golf exercise. Watch this 'Shoulder Flexibility Golf Exercise' video now.