Play Better Golf Through Exercise

Written by Mike Pedersen

Play better golf. Isn’t that what every golfer thinks about 24/7? Golf can berepparttar most humbling game you will ever play…but we keep coming back for more. To play better golf consistently you need to look atrepparttar 148370 source.

Do you really think it’s your equipment? How much money have you invested on new equipment only to seerepparttar 148371 same game show up onrepparttar 148372 course? No it’s not your equipment.

How about lessons? I am a firm believer in swing mechanics to play better golf. If you don’t have a clear understanding of them, you will never improve. But have you taken lessons only to get more frustrated with your game? What I mean is…you just took a lesson and you’re excited to go play. You get torepparttar 148373 course and can’t “find your swing”. You’re thinking of too many tips and become locked up onrepparttar 148374 course.

So what’s left?

One guess? You’re looking right at it. YOU!

In order to play better golf your body has to have a reasonable level of strength, flexibility, endurance and ENERGY! You can’t get this hitting more balls; taking more lessons; or buying more equipment.

You attain this “offrepparttar 148375 course” through exercise. I know what you’re thinking…ugh.

No…wait…it doesn’t have to be that way.

You don’t need to get a gym membership. You don’t have to spend hours a day. You don’t have to kill yourself. You just have to devise a plan that is efficient and tailored to YOUR needs.

If you really want to play better golf…this isrepparttar 148376 only way to achieve it quickly.

Cricket: Top Ashes Batsman

Written by PuntersRealm

Cricket: Top Ashes Batsman

Michael Vaughan wasrepparttar leading runscorer inrepparttar 148336 last Ashes Series. It markedrepparttar 148337 high point of his batting career; three centuries in Australia, repparttar 148338 number one ranking inrepparttar 148339 world and victory in his duel with Glenn McGrath. Since then, his reputation has grown as a captain, but not as a batsman.

But 12/1 with Sporting Odds seems a particularly generous price forrepparttar 148340 Yorkshireman to berepparttar 148341 leading scorer inrepparttar 148342 Test series. The Australian seamers have already started preying onrepparttar 148343 technical weaknesses of Marcus Trescothick and Andrew Strauss. Graham Thorpe, hampered by a failing body, has specialised in ‘important’ runs, rather than prolific scoring, while Ian Bell, Kevin Pietersen and Andrew Flintoff are all Ashes rookies.

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