TPI Golf Fitness – Cable Core Exercises



TPI Golf Fitness Cable Core core exercise for golf

Here’s some exer­cise which are gre­at to impro­ve core strength/stability and your golf performance.

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24 thought on “TPI Golf Fitness – Cable Core Exercises”

  1. I have been doing a simi­lar work­out mixed with core only I have a gre­at stretch out rou­ti­ne whe­re I wrap the cable around me move my feet away and then let the weight bring my back in a twist. It real­ly lim­bers me up. I went from 0 to 300 ft in 8 weeks on the golf course.

  2. hi ever­yo­ne ‚if anyo­ne else try­ing to find out golf tea­ching aids try Magon­si Ama­zing Golf Expert (should be on goog­le have a look ) ? Ive heard some super things about it and my bro­ther in law got cool results with it.

  3. Matt your vide­os are gre­at BUT.….. you need to wear a micro­pho­ne on you ins­tead having the came­ra micro­pho­ne. You gym is like a echo cham­ber! It’s real­ly hard to watch even with gre­at content!

  4. Let us know when you hear that click in your back, you know that one repe­ti­ti­on that you will do that screws your back up for the rest of your life. You should never twist with resis­tance or weight. Not a good idea bro.

    1. Sau­lo Pena thanks for com­men­ting. A ‘click’ in your back is not necessa­ri­ly bad. Neit­her is ‘twis­ting’ with load. And the spi­ne is gene­ral­ly pret­ty robust. That being said, load manage­ment is important when con­si­de­ring exer­ci­ses and risk of injury.

    2. Like using a kett­le­bell, using the lower body to crea­te the move­ment is key…and of cour­se strong glu­tes, abs and all back mus­cles are nee­ded. It’s a part of the who­le, yes? Using a band would be a bril­li­ant start for this progression

    1. HI Jus­tin, thanks for the ques­ti­on. The­se can be per­for­med 1–2 times per week as part of a strength trai­ning pro­gram in the gym. Or per­form them on dif­fe­rent days [in the gym], the­re­fo­re, once per week for each one of the exer­ci­ses demons­tra­ted. Hope this helps.

  5. I read the golf swing secrets , Jοm­tοnο Naha (Go ogle it) immedia­te­ly after I acqui­red it and the fol­lowing day I was at the golf field tes­ting out the dri­ving stra­te­gies for lon­ger ran­ge. I was quick­ly taking right divots with my irons, appro­pria­te­ly after solid impact. I was hit­ting about ten to fif­teen yards far­t­her with my irons than I was used to. Get your own now!

  6. Kee­ping the hands far away from the body moving toward the left knee :58 is a reci­pe for an over the top swing. This is why so many gol­fers sli­ce the ball. They cut across the ball as they hit which makes the ball spin toward the right. If you take a look at modern PGA gol­fers they keep their hands and arms clo­ser to their body on the down swing so they can hit from the insi­de. This leads to a power­ful hit with more body power rather than arms.

    1. Hi Jack, thanks for the com­ment. You’­re right, lots of ama­teur gol­fers do swing ‘in to out’, and sli­ce the ball and the­re could be a num­ber of cau­ses for this. With exer­ci­ses in the gym, we aren’t try­ing to copy the golf swing its­elf, but rather use move­ment pat­terns (in fron­tal and trans­ver­se pla­nes) that are simi­lar to the deman­ds in the golf swing (after most of the time is spent on basic move­ment pat­terns, such as squat, lun­ge, hin­ge). I think I do men­ti­on this in the video, but I will make a new video to exp­lain this better.

  7. Due to the­se golf swing stra­te­gies , Jοm­tοnο Naha (Go ogle it), I was able to find out “hows” and “whys” of a gre­at golf swing and its various ele­ments. I have read through the book two times and rea­li­zed Fif­teen yards more on all irons, Twen­ty five more on my dri­ver. Due to the­se impro­ve­ments, I‘m more con­fi­dent and I am having more enjoy­ment with golfing.

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