How To Improve Your Golf Swing Timing

Written by Mike Pedersen

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Part ofrepparttar reason why this situation has persisted for many years is because traditionally golf has been viewed as a leisure game to be played with little or no prior preparation. This view has caused numerous golfers to fail to enjoy their golf game and in some cases to acquire nagging injuries on their bodies, even as they fail to achieve any reasonable golf swing timing.

And yet golf fitness is not as tough and rigorous as some people make it out to be. Some ofrepparttar 142020 exercises can even be done in your office when you have a moment to spare. 15 seconds at a time in your work station is adequate.

The bare fact is that as a golfer it will be very difficult to achieve good golf swing timing without attaining golf fitness first.

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.

Learning To Kayak

Written by Kent Johnson

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And then, of course, there'srepparttar option of finding a certified kayaking instructor. Ask to seerepparttar 141981 person's resume, and any certifications and formal training he or she's had. And before you whip out your checkbook, ask to see your perspective instructor onrepparttar 141982 water. Does he or she seem skilled and confident when handling their kayak? Does their equipment look to be well maintained? Do they explain what they're doing and why they're doing it?

Most of all, how does this person come across? Do they appear to be patient and approachable? Do they answer your questions quickly and with confidence? Is this someone who makes you feel comfortable? Without a good rapport, after all, it's almost impossible to getrepparttar 141983 most out of any instruction, paddling or otherwise.

Inrepparttar 141984 end,repparttar 141985 best approach to learning how to kayak is up to you. If you feel comfortable learning on your own, go for it. Just make sure to take your time and always think safety first. If you decide to go with an instructor, takerepparttar 141986 time to choose wisely, and getrepparttar 141987 most for your training dollars.

Kent Johnson--author, webmaster, kayaker Want your next kayaking adventure to be the best ever? The Kayaking Journal--your source for paddling tips and info ==>

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