Golf Training Is The KEY To Better Golf

Written by Mike Pedersen

If you’ve watched any golf onrepparttar television you’ve no doubt heardrepparttar 140279 commentator’s mention golf training. It’s no secret that 95 percent of professional golfers are doing some for of golf fitness training.

If there livelihood depends on their performance and they are participating in golf training, why wouldn’t amateur golfers dorepparttar 140280 same? The golf swing is one ofrepparttar 140281 most physically demanding movements onrepparttar 140282 human body of all sports.

Swinging a three and a half foot long implement at upwards of 100 mph, while maintaining balance, stabilization and proper swing mechanics is very difficult. I don’t think I have to convince you of that do I?

The “only” way to be able to accomplish this is by improvingrepparttar 140283 strength AND flexibility of your golf muscles. What’srepparttar 140284 simplest way to do this? I can tell you not on a machine in your local gym.

Just take a look atrepparttar 140285 golf swing to realize it’s “on your feet” and bent atrepparttar 140286 waist. How could sitting in a machine help that? It can’t! You’ve got to do as many golf exercises as possible on your feet, involving balance, coordination, strength and flexibility. You don’t even have to be a golf training specialist to come up with some creative golf exercises on your own.

Fitness For Golf Is The Key To Rejuvenating Your Golf Game

Written by Mike Pedersen

Fitness for golf is prevalent at every level. You hear about it allrepparttar time onrepparttar 140278 television and even teaching pros are talking more aboutrepparttar 140279 importance of fitness for golf.

The reason being isrepparttar 140280 belief that your ‘physical limitations’ are keeping you from optimal swing mechanics, power, distance and accuracy.

Forrepparttar 140281 aging golfer this is most prevalent.

Without a golf-specific exercise program, it is virtually impossible to maintain and/or improve swing mechanics. The human body declines rapidly without stress being put on it.

What I mean…is muscles and bones need stress and pressure on them to remain strong, stable and injury-free. Without this stress…the body weakens and breaks down quickly…resulting in a rapid decline in strength and flexibility.

This is death to your golf swing!

The old adage – “use it or lose it” is very true. Haven’t you experienced a time when you were too busy with family obligations, work commitments and other stress-related issues and you felt you didn’t haverepparttar 140282 time to devote to your health and fitness?

What happened shortly after that?

Did you energy level go down? Did you start getting aches and pains and even newfound stiffnesses? How about your golf game? Did you feel like you didn’t haverepparttar 140283 same amount of umph onrepparttar 140284 ball?

This is that declining strength and flexibility I’m talking about. Andrepparttar 140285 ONLY way to stop this from happening is maintaining some sort for fitness for golf program if it pertains to your golf game.

There are also two forms of fitness. “General fitness” and “sport-specific” or fitness for golf in regards to you as a golfer.

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