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The new guide from Golf Online Today outlines some of the benefits that golfers can reap by integrating fitness into their routine and exercising regularly. The guide also recommends some exercises that target the specific parts of the body used while golfing.

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Research shows that the average round of golf puts a physical and mental strain on the body equivalent to that of a five-kilometer run. While this is a good exercise in itself, if players aren’t in the right shape to consistently handle this toll on their bodies, their bodies can break down and their performance can decline. Golf Online Today’s new guide offers golfers some exercises they can do to keep their bodies in peak condition and improve their performance on the course.

The guide starts by sharing some of the benefits that golfers can receive by following a fitness and exercise regimen. These benefits include improved stamina, strength, and flexibility, as well as boosts to the mental facets of the game such as confidence and concentration. Fitness and exercise can also help improve a player’s swing and prevent injury.

The guide then suggests some golf-specific exercises that players can incorporate into their workouts, such as lunges with rotations, alternate lateral jumps, split squats, sword draws, and hip drops. Most of the exercises suggested are holistic in that they target all of the body parts involved in the playing of golf. The exercises can also be performed at home and don’t require any equipment.

The guide also recommends some more complex exercises that require access to a gym or equipment. Examples include the bench press and medicine ball throws.

“Golf fitness and exercise is not only important for improving your golf game, but it also has a myriad of health benefits,” said a spokesperson for the website. “Studies have shown that regular exercise can help prevent heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and various types of cancer. So make sure you get out and start moving – your body (and your golf game) will thank you for it.”

About Golf Online Today

Golf Online Today is a one-stop resource for golfers looking to improve their game. The site provides how-to guides, coaching lessons, and equipment and apparel reviews.

Interested parties can find more information at

Golf Online Today

2150 New Jersey 35
Suite 250
United States

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