Have A Golf Fitness Expert In Your HomeWritten by Mike Pedersen
The term golf fitness expert has grown in popularity for last few years thanks to Tiger Woods, Annika Sorenstam, Vijay Singh and many other tour players.
They all have a golf fitness expert who actually travels with them to every tournament to keep them in top shape throughout their season.
Most of you don’t have luxury to have a golf fitness expert one time, let alone 3 to 5 times a week, every week. This would cost in thousands of dollars every month.
The average, ‘qualified’ golf fitness expert will charge anywhere from a low of $40 per session to a high of over $250. The more experienced golf fitness expert, more they will charge.
So what are you options if above scenario is a little too out of your economic reality?
The next best thing is to get some golf fitness videos (dvds) that take you through entire golf fitness session from start to finish…including stretches, warm ups, cool downs and advice.
This is next best thing to having a golf fitness expert in person. I have been fortunate enough to receive hundreds of emails and letters from golfers who have greatly benefited from this format of training.
Jim McLean Endorses Swing Flutter™ Golf Swing Instruction AidWritten by Ron Scott
Larry Koncelik, president of Swing Flutter Inc., announced today that company is now going into full production to meet anticipated demand for its revolutionary golf swing instruction aid, The Swing Flutter™ and companion instructional DVD hosted by world-renowned golf instructor Jim McLean.
Created by Koncelik, an East Hampton, New York resident and avid golfer, The Swing Flutter™ comes with a 11 minute instructional DVD hosted by McLean. Koncelik is naturally excited by McLean’s involvement and endorsement. “Jim is one of golf's greatest teaching professionals,” he said in a recent interview. “We are honored that he has chosen to partner with us and thrilled that he feels The Swing Flutter™ is a golf tool that will help improve any golfer’s game.”
“The Swing Flutter™ is an exceptional instructional tool,” says McLean. “I evaluate scores of instructional tools every year and The Swing Flutter™ is by far best I’ve seen in years. It works-- pure and simple.”
The Swing Flutter™, an audio feedback, tempo-tuning golf teaching aid, rests just above golf club head. It rotates and flutters with flow of air that is created during each phase of golf swing. Using instructional aid, golfers can actually hear difference between a good and bad golf swing. “The key to program’s success lies in training golfer to ignore mechanics. If separate and distinct sounds produced on back swing, swing, and follow are ‘in tune’, golfer finds himself playing ‘in zone’,” McLean says.
The theory underlying program is akin to Suzuki method which is widely used in Japan to teach children how to play violin. “It’s amazing how quickly children can learn to play a violin when they concentrate on sound they produce instead of mechanics involved in generating that sound,” Koncelik observed. “The same holds true for golf swing instruction. The player who focuses on sound produced during each phase of swing, soon learns how to perfect his swing.”