Fitness with Averee: Clean and press for a stronger, more stable swing – Golfweek

It’s great to find a single exercise that targets a lot of the key muscles we use in the golf swing. The clean and press is a great example.
Averee Dovsek is once again reporting from Xymogym in Orlando, Florida, this time with Golfweek‘s Director of Instruction Steve Scott to demonstrate the clean and press and she explains why it’s a great addition to any golfer’s workout routine.
“This is a great overall exercise for strength in the legs, the shoulder, lots of mobility, engaging the core. All good things,” she said in the video above.
Watch this episode of “Fitness with Averee” above and check here for previous episodes.
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“When I stepped away from the game back in 2015 and 2016 and kind of stopped playing full time, I got away from golf specific training,” said Justin Leonard.
“Just in the last year or so I have gotten back into much more specific golf training. The swing trainer cuts my time in half because I am able to do such specific workouts. I can get right to it, work on my core, stability and rotational movements,” said Leonard.
Golfweek’s Averee Dovsek sat down with Justin Leonard on Instagram live to chat with him about his golf fitness, The Presidents Cup and…
The quicker you recover, the quicker you can get back onto the course!
A stronger core means a more balanced golf swing.

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