“How to Develop More Power in Your Golf Swing”

Written by Sean Cochran

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It comes down to this idea:repparttar mechanics of a golf swing require specific levels of flexibility, balance, stability, strength, endurance, and power to perform it efficiently. If your body does not haverepparttar 146575 required capacities ofrepparttar 146576 aforementioned list, thenrepparttar 146577 result will be? Anyone want to guess? Well, let me give yourepparttar 146578 answer: a less than optimal and less efficient swing than possible. Essentially, your body supports your swing much like a foundation supportsrepparttar 146579 house you build upon it. I am sure that all of you would choose to build a house on a stone foundation rather than a sand foundation, wouldn’t you? I will say that many of you make a different choice when it comes to your golf swing. I quite often see amateurs developing their swing on a “foundation of sand,” not a good thing to do in my book.

Regardless of how much time you work on your swing mechanics, if your body does not haverepparttar 146580 “golf strength” to support your swing, you are limiting your potential. I have seen it numerous times, people practicing atrepparttar 146581 range who struggle, not because of trying to get better, but because their bodies are limiting what they can do with their swing. Quite often I see people with limited flexibility, poor balance capabilities, and low levels of strength and power. The bottom line is that your mechanics will not get better until you fixrepparttar 146582 body that swingsrepparttar 146583 club!

Up to this point we have discussedrepparttar 146584 two most important ideas when it comes to power onrepparttar 146585 golf course. A review ofrepparttar 146586 topics tells us that they are optimal swing mechanics andrepparttar 146587 proper levels of “golf strength” inrepparttar 146588 body. One withoutrepparttar 146589 other is going to leave you short when it comes to your potential inrepparttar 146590 game.

Again, I probably see point number two, golf strength, being addressed less often than swing mechanics when you get right down to it. The pros are all aware ofrepparttar 146591 importance of golf strength, why not you?


We have come torepparttar 146592 final point, and that is equipment. I thinkrepparttar 146593 majority of golfers are aware ofrepparttar 146594 technological advances that have occurred in golf equipment overrepparttar 146595 last 20 years. I mean, think aboutrepparttar 146596 ‘80’s when we were still playing with woods that actually had wood club heads! Imagine that for a moment, and now we are using drivers with space age faces that shootrepparttar 146597 ball off of them at warp speed. In addition, we have to mentionrepparttar 146598 advances in terms of golf balls. How manufacturers design golf balls today makes a difference in how far they travel. What a lot of people do not realize is thatrepparttar 146599 USGA has set standards on how “hot” driver faces can be and how “fast” balls can come offrepparttar 146600 face of drivers. Most clubs are reaching this limit, and anything past these USGA rules becomes illegal to play. So what does that tell us? 1) Club manufacturers have done a great, and I mean great, job inrepparttar 146601 advancement of technology, and 2) to increaserepparttar 146602 distance on your drives you are now going to have to turn to points one and two of this article.

So what does improving your power really come down to?

It comes down to three simple ideas. Number one is improving your golf swing mechanics. Improved mechanics will improve your driving distance. Number two is improving your golf strength. By improving your body as it pertains torepparttar 146603 golf swing you will improve your distance offrepparttar 146604 tee. Finally, equipment does make a difference, if you hitrepparttar 146605 ball correctly. Best of luck with your game, and if you need additional information stop by our web site www.bioforcegolf.com

Sean Cochran is one of the most recognized golf fitness instructors in the world today. He travels the PGA Tour regularly with 2004 Masters Champion Phil Mickelson. He has made many of his golf tips, golf instruction and golf swing improvement techniques available to amateur golfers on the website www.bioforcegolf.com. Check out his manual and DVD, Your Body & Your Swing, on BioForceGolf.com

Robotic Vacuum Cleaners Work Great on Pool Tables

Written by Terry Weadock

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It eventually brokerepparttar rack and proceeded to clean uprepparttar 146542 table. While pushing balls in all overrepparttar 146543 place, it's tiny little brushes were scooping up allrepparttar 146544 ashes, dog hairs, and other detritus that accumulate on tables over time. Then it dawned on me, while this relatively cheap $150 cleaner wasn't too useful in a typical house, it was perfect forrepparttar 146545 tedious job of cleaning 10 tables at a pool hall. While you may still need a brush to get underrepparttar 146546 edges, just sweeprepparttar 146547 mess out inrepparttar 146548 middle and let your little robot take care of it. It also seems to raiserepparttar 146549 nap ofrepparttar 146550 felt, so you should start out withrepparttar 146551 vacuum mode on high.

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