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Fitness Friday: How to stop lunging at the ball

Power generation in the golf swing comes from a combination of sequential body movements while using ground force as leverage. Unfortunately, many high-handicap players rely on their instincts a little too much when it comes...
Friday, 10/17/2014 at 7:00AM
Health & Fitness

Fitness Friday: Firm up your backside

If you don't have strong glutes (that's the butt, in case you didn't know), you're not only cheating yourself of a power source in the golf swing, you're inviting back pain, said Golf Digest fitness...
Friday, 10/3/2014 at 7:00AM
Golf Instruction / Play Your Best | Gimme One Thing

Butch Harmon: Watch It Go

You might be giving up yards if you insist on keeping your head down.
October 2014
Health & Fitness

Fitness Friday: Smash the ball with stronger forearms

Power generation in a good golf swing comes from a number of muscle groups: the legs, core, back muscles, etc. But unless you have adequate forearm strength, you won't be able to transmit the force...
Friday, 9/12/2014 at 7:00AM
Golf Instruction

Todd Anderson: Load And Explode

How to build power and deliver it to the ball.
October 2014
Health & Fitness

Fitness Friday: How to swing like Rory (the sequel)

In response to feedback received on my recent Fitness Friday post "How to swing like Rory," I went back to Golf Digest fitness advisor Ben Shear (@ben_shear) for more tips on how to emulate what...
Friday, 8/29/2014 at 7:00AM
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Fitness Friday: Training for better hip rotation

Muscular symmetry is paramount to staying injury free, and you should always exercise muscles on the left and right sides of the body—as well as the back and front—similarly. However, when it comes to synchronizing...
Friday, 8/22/2014 at 7:00AM
Golf Instruction / Golf Instruction

Jason Day: My Fail-Safe Swing

Try Jason Day's go-to shot if you can't find your A-game.
September 2014
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Driving - Hank Haney: Build A Better Backswing

How long should your backswing be? Find out here.
Health & Fitness

Fitness Friday: Pure it with your pecs

By Ron Kaspriske You need strong and pliable chest muscles (pectoralis) in order to control the motion of a golf club, particularly as you swing your arms up to the top of the backswing and...
Friday, 7/25/2014 at 7:00AM
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