Golf Fitness Training Made Easy…And Anyone Can Do It

Written by Mike Pedersen

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A few words of caution!

If you hear or see any programs touting they are golf fitness training and seerepparttar golfer and/or trainer usingrepparttar 142437 basic machines inrepparttar 142438 gym, this is NOT golf fitness training. This is without a doubt “general fitness”. Not altogether a bad thing, but won’t directly help your golf game.

Working on a stability ball, and using tubing and handweights you can mimic many phases ofrepparttar 142439 golf swing and atrepparttar 142440 same time challenge your core stabilization, balance and muscular endurance. All critical factors in achieving optimal swing mechanics for 18 holes.

And…they’re fun to use. You’ll never get board. You can always make it more challenging from a balance and/or stabilization factor.

Just try to get one of those “muscle-heads” on a stability ball liftingrepparttar 142441 same heavy weights they use. Callrepparttar 142442 medics..cause it’s going to get ugly real quick.

You see…most people who workout inrepparttar 142443 gym never challenge their proprioceptive awareness (or simply…using their body in space). This isrepparttar 142444 key to great golf.

The stronger you can get your core stabilizers, coupled with increased rotational flexibility…you’re headed to an awesome game of golf. You’ll definitely berepparttar 142445 envy of your foursome.

So don’t hesitate to get started on your golf fitness training right away!

About The Author: Mike Pedersen is one of the top golf fitness experts in the country, author of the Ultimate Golf Fitness Guide, and founder of several cutting-edge online golf fitness sites. Check out his new golf fitness – golf training site at Perform Better Golf.

Bonking - The snowboarders "High Five"

Written by Jakob Jelling

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One important thing to keep in mind isrepparttar reaction that you will experience after Bonkingrepparttar 142436 object. When thinking or Tail Bonkingrepparttar 142437 force from tappingrepparttar 142438 object will tend to try to spin you intorepparttar 142439 surface ofrepparttar 142440 object. Make sure you bend your knees to allow you to cushionrepparttar 142441 force ofrepparttar 142442 impact and try to slide you snowboard ontorepparttar 142443 object instead of driving it intorepparttar 142444 object.

Bonks are a fun thing to do onrepparttar 142445 hill. There is often a gratifying sound that will turn heads andrepparttar 142446 act itself can look pretty cool. Perhapsrepparttar 142447 coolest Bonk of all is when you do a true "High Five" and Bonk againstrepparttar 142448 snowboard of a person also Bonking. Have fun trying to "High Five" and turning heads withrepparttar 142449 resounding smack that comes from Bonking.

Jakob Jelling is the founder of Please visit his website to discover the world of snowboarding!

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