A golf fitness program can make difference between you optimizing your golf potential or playing same frustrating golf you may be used to playing.
It’s no secret that body swings club and plays game…so why wouldn’t you consider a golf fitness program to play your best?
A golf fitness program consists of strength, flexibility, endurance and even nutrition. But big difference is making your golf fitness program as golf-specific as you can.
How do you do that?
First off…just take a look at position your body is in during golf swing. It’s “on your feet” and in golf posture (bent at waste, knees flexed, upper back fairly straight, ankles flexed, etc…).
Can you now see how any “physical limitation” you have will dramatically affect your ability to make a sound, repeatable golf swing?
So answer is definitely starting a golf fitness program. It’s not as intimidating as you may think. It doesn’t take going to a gym. It doesn’t involve lifting heavy weights and really killing yourself. It doesn’t involve 2 hours every day of week either.
A golf fitness program can be as simple as using a pair of hand weights (dumbbells), an exercise ball and exercise tubing. All very inexpensive, portable and perfect for your home or even your office.