6 Core Building Exercises For Golf With The Mass Suit

6 Core Building Exercises With The Mass Suit

The key components of training programs for many golfers are the stabilization of the wrist joints and lower back. Also, to generate power for a golf swing, trunk rotation has to be perfect, with support from the legs and hips. Therefore, exercises to improve hip power and leg strength must be done to assist golfers in generating power during a swing.

The key components of training programs for many golfers are the stabilization of the wrist joints and lower back. Also, to generate power for a golf swing, trunk rotation has to be perfect, with support from the legs and hips. Therefore, exercises to improve hip power and leg strength must be done to assist golfers in generating power during a swing.

But these exercises are not all it takes. Have you ever trained so hard off the course and still end up losing because your posture ruined most of your swings?

In addition to golf exercises, a resistance suit can be used to provide support to several phases of your golf swing. Training with a suit like the Mass suit will improve your balance and stability during exercise and provide a new dimension to training for golfers of all ages and ability levels. You can start by putting on the MASS Suit and practicing your golf swing to get added resistance to your swing. You can also practice the exercises listed below.

But these exercises are not all it takes. Have you ever trained so hard off the course and still end up losing because your posture ruined most of your swings?

In addition to golf exercises, a resistance suit can be used to provide support to several phases of your golf swing. Training with a suit like the Mass suit will improve your balance and stability during exercise and provide a new dimension to training for golfers of all ages and ability levels. You can start by putting on the MASS Suit and practicing your golf swing to get added resistance to your swing. You can also practice the exercises listed below.

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The core is the weakest part of most golfers’ bodies and it is the part we need most! If you don’t have strong, flexible muscles in your stomach, butt, hips, and lower back, your golf swing will be weak and ineffective. Here are 6 workout routines that can help improve your swing and build a stronger core using a Mass Suit.

Do these exercises 3-5 times a week and you’ll notice a dramatic change in your golf swing.

1. Mini Kicks

Kick in small sets of 10 and keep your knees bent and back straight.

The resistance of the Mass Suit against your legs stimulates and strengthens your glutes, which are essential in maintaining a stable base when you swing, particularly at faster speeds.

2. Squats

Do short squats in sets and come back up fully after a set.

The resistance of the suit’s leg bands against your legs activates and strengthens your hips, glutes, and quads – all important in maintaining a stable base when swinging.

3. Hips Crossover

Lie down on your back and face up with your arms spread out. Keep your knees bent and your feet should be open wider than your shoulders. With heels on the ground, twist your bent legs to the left and the right side until they touch the ground. Continue twisting and make sure to keep your shoulders on the ground and your abs tight.

As you twist your lower body, the Mass suit will help stretch the muscles and tendons in your hips and lower back. This will enhance the twist during a swing and make it a lot more effective.

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4. Glute Bridges

Lie down face up with your arms spread out to your sides just like before. Bend your knees and raise your toes off the ground. Thrust your hips upward and squeeze your glutes at the same time.

Strengthen your butt muscles, lower back, and hamstrings with the resistance from the leg straps. The extended position is the same position that a golfer gets into when pushing the hips toward the target during a swing.

5. Inverted Hamstring Stretch

Stand on one leg with your arms spread out on the sides. Now bend over at the waist, then raise your other leg to the back. When you feel the resistance from suit, return to your start original position. Switch legs and repeat.

Even though this isn’t really a core exercise, toning the hamstrings will enable you to do core exercises properly and will improve your swing. With loose hamstrings, you can maintain a better posture all through the swing and efficiently transfer weight.

6. Quad Rocking

Get down on all fours with palms flat on the floor. Tuck in your tummy and maintain a natural curve in your lower back. Start rocking your quads by moving your hips back and forth. You will feel the harness and arm straps pull against your movement.

The exercise is great for core and enables you to perform better when swinging. It will also strengthen your lower back and relieve some of the stress on it during a game of golf.

Conclusion

The Mass Suit is not only great for golfers but can help in many other sports training. Because it helps improve speed and agility, it’s great for football, athletics, kickboxing and even aerobics.

Juke Performance offers the Mass Suit Elite, Pro, Speed and Strength Series. The Mass Suit provides you with the necessary speed and power that will give you that competitive training edge that you are looking for on and off the course.

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