Physical Training In Golf
Physical training in golf has become a hot topic. There is even an entire show each week on the Golf Channel about it. With the popularity of physical training for golf booming, why are so many golfers ignoring it and taking the same approach they’ve always taken?
It amazes me to hear stories of unhappy golfers who have not improved after taking golf lessons, buying new equipment and pound hundreds, if not thousands of balls at the range.
I can tell you with 100% certainty, these golfers are not working on the ’cause’, they are fueling the result.
The body swings the club. If the body is broken, the swing will not be efficient or repeatable. It’s that simple. If goflers don’t realize this, they will forever be playing the kind of golf that makes them walk off the course in disgust.
Why not walk off the course with a smile on your face?
We all play golf to improve. The challenge right? If what we are currently doing is not improving our games, then isn’t it time to take a different approach? I hope you agree with me and start to educate yourself on the importance of physical training for golf.
With just a few golf stretches and strength exercises done right in your home, you can see huge improvement in your golf swing and game. The investment in time and money is minimal. If your goal is to play better golf, strongly consider working on your ‘machine’.