A warm up period is a necessary and important part of every golf fitness workout. It is something that every golfer should do whether you are a weekend warrior or professional golfer. The objective is to prepare both your body and mind for the work ahead while establishing a precedent for a safe and effective…

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There is a bit of controversy between the Golf Channel’s analyst Brandel Chamblee and Rory McIlroy. Here is what Brandel said that upset Rory a little bit… “The only thing that gives me concern about Rory, is the pounding that he puts on his body in the gym. I say it with a lot of…

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The golf swing involves your body turning, right? Well, if you want to swing better so you hit longer golf drives then you should practice turning, and you don’t need a golf club to do this. But before I give you this exercise I just need to explain that doing passive exercises is not going…

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Your only connection with the golf club is your hands. So it’s very important if you want to hit longer, more accurate golf drives that you exercise your hands. To help you do this, below are six simple hand exercises you can do to help improve your hand strength and flexibility for longer golf shots.…

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Do you want golf tips to improve your golf game without practicing? Well, here’s one easy thing you can do…exercise. Before you click away stick with me here because I’m going to prove to you how exercising can actually save you time. Strange but true. Read these two golf tips and the rest of the…

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If you want to loosen up your golf swing for longer golf drives then listen up. What I’m about to reveal to you is a great, simple way to do it. Ok, so you want a longer, more flexible golf swing — like a Fred Couples type of swing? Well, one great way you can…

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Here are some simple golf flexibility tests you can do to see if your current flexibility is hurting your golf game or not. And the first golf flexibility test is the sit-and-reach test. This test is basically an assessment of the flexibility of your lower back and hamstrings, but it can also be a good…

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Below is a sample video from the best golf flexiblity DVD’s (there’s two of them) I’ve ever seen. You can’t purchase these DVD’s from anywhere else anymore. But because they are so good I have secured the rights to sell them now. They are from the fitness guru, Bill Hartman. Now before you watch this…

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There’s one thing all my golfing patients have in common – they wish they had done something to protect their back. There are 30 million active golfers in the USA alone, 40% of which get injured each year – that’s a lot of bad backs. The lumbar spine (lower back) is the most common site…

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Below are stretches which can be used after a game of golf to help prevent getting sore and to also improve flexibility. Remember to hold each stretch for at least 30 seconds if you want to see a fast improvement in your flexibility. And if it hurts “Stop!” Note: Read all instructions carefully before attempting…

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