What’s So Great About A Trampoline?

Written by Ian Wide

Looking for a fun way to exercise and stay healthy? Doctors say that rebound exercising is one ofrepparttar healthiest, safest kinds of exercise for your joints and heart. It's aerobic, it's fun, and it doesn't putrepparttar 142466 same stress on your joints and tendons that impact exercise like jogging does. What's rebounding? You probably know it better as 'jumping on a trampoline'.

Trampolines forrepparttar 142467 garden or yard have become one ofrepparttar 142468 hottest sports inrepparttar 142469 world. And why not? It's great for you. You can do it alone or with others. You can use a trampoline to help you brush up on other skills - snowboarding, anyone? A trampoline in your back yard or garden is like having a gym right outside your door.

Alone or with others? Trampolining is a recognized Olympic sport, and was one ofrepparttar 142470 official gymnastics events ofrepparttar 142471 2000 Olympics. It has been an official competitive sport since 1947, though it wasn't recognized as one inrepparttar 142472 United States until 1967. Amongrepparttar 142473 events that are held in official competitive trampolining and tumbling are Synchronized Trampoline in which two athletes perform identical routines on two trampolines, andrepparttar 142474 double mini-trampoline, in which one athlete performs on two mini-trampolines set at two different levels. Just think - a trampoline for your yard or garden could start your family off onrepparttar 142475 road to competitive success!

Even if you've got no ambitions to become a tumbling superstar, though,repparttar 142476 health and fun benefits of having a trampoline in your yard/garden are clear.

To set up a trampoline, all you need is a backyard that is clear of obstruction aroundrepparttar 142477 width and height ofrepparttar 142478 trampoline and for about 15 feet beyond. Trampolines come in many different sizes and styles to fit your space and your needs. Round, square, rectangular or octagonal, in sizes from 6 feet across to 30 - there's a trampoline out there that's perfect for your yard or garden space.

Golf Fitness Training Made Easy…And Anyone Can Do It

Written by Mike Pedersen

Golf fitness training might sound grueling, sweaty and a lot of work! Doesn’t have to be that way. Now of course I’d be lying to you to say it’s easy and you won’t have to make a small commitment to stick with it to see results.

But what I am saying is…you can participate in a golf fitness training program with minimal equipment and can do it right in your home or even your office.

How ?

With only a stability ball, exercise tubing and a pair of handweights. Grand total…under $60 for your “total golf fitness gym”. That’s about one months membership to your local club that you’ll visit once or twice and never go back (but keep paying every month).

I want you to get that picture out of your head ofrepparttar “muscle-bound” hulk, heaving hundreds of pounds with on arm, slamming it torepparttar 142437 floor and letting outrepparttar 142438 infamous LOUD GRUNT for attention.

No..you’ll be doing golf-specific exercises with bands, balls and handweights that will quickly and directly benefit your golf swing. Sports conditioning or in this instance golf fitness training requires you to use your body in space incorporating balance, stabilization and sequence of timing just like your golf swing.

The direct correlation results in longer, more accurate drives, hitting a larger number of greens in regulation and walking offrepparttar 142439 course beatingrepparttar 142440 pants off of your playing partners.

Now that’s “instant gratification” at its best!

And how about no more injuries! I’m dead serious! All those aches and pains finally gone. Forever! A stronger more flexible body will have a much higher level of resistance to pain and injury. Andrepparttar 142441 added bonus is swinging “easier” and with much less effort, but seeingrepparttar 142442 ball go much further and straighter. It will feel like an “out-of-body” experience.

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