Golf Is All In Your Head

Written by Jose L. Gonzalez

Have you ever read one golf players valuable advice, only to findrepparttar next day a different professional vehemently disagreeing and advocatingrepparttar 148770 exact opposite? One pro fanatically advises to keep your head straight. Later, another person comes along and gives completely contradictory advice.

Whats a golfer to do?

Listen to me, of course.

Were all different, and no two people play exactly alike. So dont get too caught up in this or that different method.

But there are some basic fundamentals that can make you or break you. And Im advising fanatically that you keep your head absolutely still and not move it fromrepparttar 148771 spot in which you start.

You cant keep your head still if you stiffen your muscles. By keeping your head still, you loosen up and this allows you to finish your stroke smoothly and naturally. Keeping your head still also prevents slicing since you dont have to draw your hands in to keep your balance.

One championship winner admitted that every time he stepped up torepparttar 148772 ball, at every shot he repeated to himself, “Keep your head still. Keep your head still.” Its a vital aspect torepparttar 148773 game too many players overlook.

Golfer: Improve Your Balance

Written by Jose L. Gonzalez

Balance - it sounds so simple! As a golfer, you know that maintaining a proper balance is key to your game. And it's more than just havingrepparttar correct stance.

Optimal balance depends on three aspects - your visual perception,repparttar 148769 signals fromrepparttar 148770 inner ear, and signals from your muscles and joints. Sometimes these aspects get out of sync, causing a balance disorder.

A lack of balance usually occurs when your head position changes - which is a good reason to keep your head still during your swing!

Migraines can attribute to a balance disorder. So if you have frequent migraines, seek medical attention. These headaches can affect your golf game in ways you may never have thought of.

Don’t spend a fortune on new golf equipment hoping for better play before you check your medicine cabinet to see if any drugs you’re taking affect your balance. The condition “ear poisoning” seriously affects your balance. Ear poisoning is usually caused by side effects of some medications - notablyrepparttar 148771 antibiotic gentamicin. Up to 50 % of people who take this drug experience some sort of ear poisoning.

Diuretics can pose a problem as well. So if you're on any medicine and you start feeling dizzy, get medical help! Sometimesrepparttar 148772 dizziness can literally become a lifelong problem, so don’t delay in seeking help.

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