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Rotation is a buzz word that gets used a lot when talking about the golf swing. And it should. Golf is a rotary sport that requires us to turn the body in order to generate power in the action of hitting the ball.

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Standing with your back up against a piece of flat wall, place your feet hip width apart and the heels about 6 inches from the wall. Connect your backside, upper back and back of your head to the wall, aiming to get even pressure in all three body parts.

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Hint – it’s not how much further you hit it with driver!!

So much (perhaps far too much) has been said about gains in strength and power leading to longer drives and distance off the tee. Outlandish claims such as “Add 30 yards to your tee shots by doing just 3 minutes of exercise per day” are all too common. 

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There have been some articles published recently about in/off season training and periodisation. In our opinion, their recommendations to avoid certain exercises or use a block periodisation method to target different athletic attributes are somewhat flawed.

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We focus on these three parts of the body because they are key to your golf swing — no surprise there! The reason they are key to your swing is that they are the three areas that have the biggest influence over what the club does

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