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Golfer Improves Golf Swing And Tells Others…

( Golf Exercise , Golf Fitness , Golf Flexibility , Golf Strength Training , Golf Stretching , Golf Training , Improve Golf Game Swing , Senior Golfer ) Tue Jun 15, 2010 - 0 Comment

I love it when I get an email from a golfer who actually did my golf training program consistently and got results. Well…that just happened a couple of days ago. Pat Thomas, Sr. had recently purchased my system, and got back to me with some amazing results, and it’s only been a little while since he started. It truly is motivating to read his comments about his golf swing improvement,.

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Is The Golf Swing Physical – Causing Injury?

( Golf Exercise , Golf Fitness , Golf Flexibility , Golf Injury , Golf Strength Training , Golf Stretching , Golf Swing , Golf Training , Golf Weight Training , Golf Workout , Improve Golf Game Swing , Senior Golfer ) Tue Jun 15, 2010 - 0 Comment
Is The Golf Swing Physical – Causing Injury?

I have spent 10 years educating golfers on the physical aspect of the golf swing. Many golfers play with an injury, causing them poor results in score and even power. Do you play with aches and pains? If so, what do you think causes them? Do you think the golf swing is potentially abusive to your body if you’re weak, stiff and broken? If one of the fittest golfers in.

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7 Steps To A Better Golf Swing

( Golf Drills , Golf Fitness , Golf Injury , Golf Instruction , Golf Other , Golf Swing , Golf Swing Tips , Golf Training , Golf Training Videos (DVDs) , Improve Golf Game Swing ) Mon Nov 16, 2009 - 0 Comment

Achieving a better golf swing is not impossible, but for most high handicap golfers and beginners it seems like a pipe dream. I’ve heard horror stories of golfers spending hundreds, if not thousands of dollars on lessons, equipment, and golf training aids to never see improvement in their swing and game. Man… is that a frustrating position to be in! Would almost want to make you quit the game. I.

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Off Season Golf Program To Improve Swing Power

( Golf Exercise , Golf Fitness , Golf Flexibility , Golf Practice , Golf Strength Training , Golf Stretching , Golf Swing , Golf Swing Tips , Golf Tips , Golf Training , Golf Weight Training , Improve Golf Game Swing , Power Golf ) Mon Oct 12, 2009 - 0 Comment
Off Season Golf Program To Improve Swing Power

Can I ask how your golf season went? Did you see improvement, or where you about the same as the year before? In golf, we all strive to do better, but as statistics our handicaps are not going down. With the off season coming near, it’s time to diagnose our swing inefficiencies and implement a golf swing training program during the winter months, to shoot you into next season with.

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Power Golf Swing Tubing – 10 Yards In 10 Minutes

( Golf Fitness ) Sun May 24, 2009 - 0 Comment
Power Golf Swing Tubing – 10 Yards In 10 Minutes

If you want to take a “short-cut” to longer drives, I’ve got just the golf training product and program for you. There is nothing more effective than replicating your golf swing with resistance. In this case, our power golf swing tubing.

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Passive Arms To Start Your Golf Swing Transition

( Golf Drills , Golf Exercise , Golf Fitness , Golf Flexibility , Golf Instruction , Golf Lessons , Golf Practice , Golf Strength Training , Golf Stretching , Golf Swing , Golf Swing Speed , Golf Swing Tips , Golf Tips , Golf Training , Improve Golf Game Swing , Power Golf , Tiger Woods ) Tue Apr 07, 2009 - 0 Comment

I”ve been working on my swing relentlessly for the past week or so. My mishit is a toe shot, and it’s driving me crazy. One of my main issues is my golf swing transition from the top. I guess I would be termed a “hitter” and not a swinger, therefore my upper body (especially arms) are too active when I start back down, causing my swing sequence to be out.

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Power Swing Weight Trainer Launches

( Golf Drills , Golf Driver Swing , Golf Equipment , Golf Exercise , Golf Fitness , Golf Flexibility , Golf Gift Ideas , Golf Practice , Golf Strength Training , Golf Stretching , Golf Training , Golf Training Aids , Golf Workout , Ideal Gifts For Golfers , Improve Golf Game Swing , Power Golf ) Sat Feb 14, 2009 - 0 Comment
Power Swing Weight Trainer Launches

If you’re a golfer looking to quickly and effectively improve your golf swing speed, power and distance, you’ll want to take a look at our Power Golf Swing Weight Trainer. I am always on the lookout for golf swing trainers that will help golfers add more power and distance, and this one “fits the bill” completely! It is now part of my power training routine, and I can already feel.

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Golf Swing Motion – It’s Round

( Golf Fitness ) Sun Dec 21, 2008 - 0 Comment
Golf Swing Motion – It’s Round

I’ve worked on my golf swing for many, many years. To the point of being fanatic. I’ve taken lessons, bought training aids, including dvds, books, ebooks, and made sure I had equipment fitted for me. One thing I hadn’t really thought of that was so obvious was the motion of the golf swing. I know it sounds so completely and utterly simple, but I had been studying the golf swing.

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How To Be Better At Golf

( Golf Fitness , Golf Instruction , Golf Lessons , Golf Practice , Golf Strength Training , Golf Stretching , Golf Swing Tips , Golf Training Aids ) Mon Dec 01, 2008 - 0 Comment

Learning how to be better at golf is a lifelong mission for most of us. Peaks and valleys is commonplace. We all are addicted to the challenge of hitting a good shot, and once in a while hitting one that keeps us “coming back”. Below is a list of golf improvement approaches that you can use independently or in combination to learn how to play better golf: Golf Instruction The.

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Golf Swing Takeaway Tip For Better Consistency

( Golf Fitness ) Sun Sep 14, 2008 - 0 Comment
Golf Swing Takeaway Tip For Better Consistency

The golf swing takeaway tip I want to talk about is the “one-piece” take away you see in the picture below. The red triangle is critical to the one-piece takeaway. The golfer who does it the very best is Tiger Woods. Tiger does not break his wrists, nor does he pick up the club during the initial move away from the ball. This one-piece move is one of the simplist.

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