Good Arm and Shoulder Exercises to boost your Stamina and Endurance
Exercises of shoulders and arms can work wonders for your game of golf since these two parts of your body play a prominent role in your swing. For strong arms and shoulders, you can do the exercises given below for three times a week. Each of these exercises can be done in a set of 12-20 repetitions. However, if you feel uneasy with any of these movements, you must not do it. Your body must be comfortable at all times and you should not force it to move in any way that does not suit it.
This exercise works on the middle area of muscles of your shoulder. Stand straight on the floor and your feet should be hip-width apart. Hold a dumbbell in the hands, keeping the hands on your sides. The arms should be straight; the palms should be turned inwards in the direction of your legs. Raise the arms to the height of your shoulders but do not take them too high. Bring the arms to your sides again in a restricted motion. This completes one repetition.
This exercise makes the back of your shoulder stronger. Your feet should be hip-width apart. Now bend forward at your waist. Take a dumbbell each in your hands and bend your elbows slightly. Bring the palms together jointly in front of the thighs. Straighten your arms on the sides and pull the shoulders backwards. Now, bring back your hands in the beginning position.
This exercise strengthens the front portion of the shoulders. Take two dumbbells and hold the arms straight in front of you and your palms should be facing down. The hands should be at the width of your shoulders and the arms should be straight in front of you at the height of shoulders. Bring the arms straight downwards to the legs to complete one repetition.
This exercise is meant to tone the muscles of triceps in the back of the upper arm. You can use dumbbells to get the best results from this exercise. Now, stand with the feet open to the width of your hips and bend over. Bend your elbows and touch the sides of the body. Take a dumbbell each in the hands facing the direction of your body. Pull out the arms straight at your back. Bend the arms back at a right angle to complete one repetition.