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Back Friendly Strength Training for Golfers

HERE are some exercises which minimise the load on your low back, whilst helping improve your strength for general life and to improve your golf.

No surprise there’s unilateral exercises here, but the exercises in this video can provide some options for strength training the lower body, whilst minimising the load on the back. Many golfers suffer from low back pain. Strengthening the legs, especially using exercises that don’t aggravate the back, can help improve golf performance and could reduce e the risk of low back pain.


“Lower body unilateral exercises provide a great way to improve strength whilst minimising the risk of low back pain and working around current back issues.”

Click the link above to see the exercises.

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