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AlxTgr
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Kyre Banorg
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Working out and golf?
Do you skip your workout the day before a tee time? Does it matter? Kinda worried about being tight and sore.


onelochevy
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re: Working out and golf?
I usually work out early so I'll get it in before I play.


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guedeaux
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re: Working out and golf?
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Do you skip your workout the day before a tee time? Does it matter? Kinda worried about being tight and sore.


Depends on the work out and your intentions for the round. Cardio/lightweights won't matter the day before. If you do heavy lifting which causes you to be sore and temporarily weaker, then I would try to leave a day in between the work out and a round (if playing for money or competition).

I do high weights and slow reps which causes a significant amount of soreness and weakness, and I can never score well the next day.


Boudreaux35
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By "workout" you mean deadlift, right? I'm pretty sure that is the only approved exercise here on the TDGB.


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KillTheGophers
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re: Working out and golf?
I am too old to workout!

262 carry and will get old gracefully!!


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AlxTgr
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Kyre Banorg
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re: Working out and golf?
Today is a bunch of rowing, some farmers carry and stuff I can't remember. Nothing too heavy. Gonna chance it.


BagMan69
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Today is a bunch of rowing, some farmers carry and stuff I can't remember. Nothing too heavy. Gonna chance it.


Just have three miller lites and 2 Motrin before you tee off.


AlxTgr
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Kyre Banorg
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57024 posts

re: Working out and golf?
Dilly Dilly and liquid Advil for me


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hehateme2285
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re: Working out and golf?
Image: https://cdn-s3.si.com/s3fs-public/2017/06/19/koepka-lifting.jpg


This was before the final round of this year's US Open


AlxTgr
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Kyre Banorg
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re: Working out and golf?
How did you do?


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AbuTheMonkey
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re: Working out and golf?
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Do you skip your workout the day before a tee time? Does it matter? Kinda worried about being tight and sore.


Depends on the work out and your intentions for the round. Cardio/lightweights won't matter the day before. If you do heavy lifting which causes you to be sore and temporarily weaker, then I would try to leave a day in between the work out and a round (if playing for money or competition).

I do high weights and slow reps which causes a significant amount of soreness and weakness, and I can never score well the next day.



Agree with this.

I'd also add that, although I've been too busy for it lately, doing yoga the day before a round is a great way to prep for a round.

The workout-fiend pros like Rory can probably squat/bench/dead/military before a round, but it's not the best way for the average slugger to prep. Definitely wouldn't do shoulders or legs.


Placebeaux
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re: Working out and golf?
Just body weight exercise for me before gameday.


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AlxTgr
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Kyre Banorg
Member since Oct 2003
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re: Working out and golf?
So, I am sore today, but I really think it's lingering from some previous workouts. yesterday was no big deal, and I have no arm soreness from the farmer's carries or cutters.


WhiskeyThrottle
Member since Nov 2017
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So, I am sore today, but I really think it's lingering from some previous workouts. yesterday was no big deal, and I have no arm soreness from the farmer's carries or cutters.


I don't play competitively, but I notice that golfing after a workout helps loosen the muscles up some. I haven't noticed a significant dip in performance after a workout, but I also am in a maintenance mode as far as working out.


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