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The SKLZ guide to
Bringing the range home

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The SKLZ guide to
Bringing the range home

Warm Up | Train | Recover

Adopting a routine that includes warmup and recovery will help you reduce the risk of common golf injuries and ensure your longevity in the sport. On days when you're not hitting the range, add in strength training exercises that will improve your core power and rotational velocity for better control and longer drives.

Start your routine. Select:

Off Day
training from home
On Day
headed to the course

Warm Up

Upgrade your pre-round routine. Use this series of innovative and dynamic movements to prepare your body for the physical demands of your golf swing. These stretches lengthen, strengthen and stabilize your body. 

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Train

Become a better athlete to become a better player. Strength is the foundational component of athletic ability, helping support proper body alignment, stabilization during your backswing, and energy transfer through the downswing. Getting stronger also safeguards against injury.

Hit the range or the course
And then come back for your recovery routine.

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Recover

The stress you put on your body as a golfer is extensive and repetitive. An integrated recovery plan optimizes performance and helps reduce the chance of injury. The more effectively your recover after walking off the 18th green or range the quicker your body adapts and the sooner you can perform again at a high level.

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