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The importance of fluid and dynamic balance and effortless power cannot be overstated in a solid and repeatable golf swing. There are countless muscles and movements that must be coordinated in the golf swing in proper sequence to properly strike a golf ball and the core muscles are some of the most important, particularly for the one plane swing. Training these muscles is in a way that is specific to the requirements of the golf swing is becoming more and more common on the PGA Tour as each golfer seeks a competitive edge and realizes the overall benefits to strength and flexibility. Of all the new complex and expensive exercise equipment available today, it can be daunting for many newcomers to golf fitness to know where to start. Well, I'm known for teaching the swing very simple and my exercises for the one plane swing are no different.


To get started, you only need one piece of equipment that is so simple and inexpensive that it stands head and shoulders above the rest and you can get a great full body workout with it anytime, even while watching TV. It can be used anywhere, you can travel with it as it will easily fold up in your suitcase (no more excuses!) and it will only cost you about $30 for a good one. It is called a Swiss Ball and it has been around for centuries.

Below, I will be detailing exercises and workouts specific to the one plane swing for all levels of fitness, from beginner to professional. Each exercise is designed to target specific muscles used in the one plane swing and the