How To Make A Full Shoulder Turn When You're Not Young Or FlexibleWritten by Joe Pena
This article is going to be somewhat controversial. It might even be considered sacrilege to some. Read on.
Do you envy golfers who can address ball, keep their hips from turning, yet turn their left shoulder well behind ball? Well, what if you could create maximum shoulder turn (which we all know is a major contributor to a more powerful golf swing), without doing anything to enhance your flexibility?
Sounds impossible doesn't it? And it can be if you're inflexible (or too lazy to work on your flexibility). Don't worry, I'm not going to try to shame you into stretching like a rubber band. Instead, I'm going to point out something that Bobby Jones did, something his contemporaries did too, like "Slammin" Sam Sneed for instance.
Know what it is?
Before I tell you, it's important that you know it's not being "taught" in modern golf swing. The modern golf swing emphasizes strength and flexibility. That's state of game today at highest levels. And since highest levels influence teaching methods for rest of golfing world, that's why this is not being taught.
Pre Season Football BettingWritten by Daniel B. King
So you want to bet Pre Season? Or maybe you don't! But betting on pre season football can be a profitable time for bettors.
The most common error is that, in betting terms, bettors treat pre season like regular season, when in fact they are two very different things.
Think about it - during regular season everything is on line, jobs, reputations - for players and coaches - their very existence.
During pre-season - nothing is really on line. The pre season is not about 'winning' really (for most coaches) it is about sorting out your team, it's about finding out who is best played where - players a coach intends using. It is a time for experimentation.
Even if a coach has a fair idea of who he wants to play and how he wants to play - why let on to opposing team?
Well there are occasions where a new coach might do this - some new coaches like to win to impress their owners and get off to flying start..