Know How To Improve Your Golf Swing "Quickly?"
I'll Give You One Guess!"
fast...easy..."no-brainer" way to improve your
golf swing...add a quick 10-20 yards with every
club...and the best part...you can do it in your
home...in less than 30 minutes.
I have been
approached by thousands of golfers via the net
and on the golf course...with the same
question...in frustration..."what can I do to
improve my golf swing?"
I've heard all
about the dozens of lessons they've taken and
the thousands of dollars they've spent on
equipment...all to play the "same"...and NOT
improve their golf swing.
Why do you
think this is?
I can tell you
why in less than one sentence.
Grab a cup of
your favorite beverage (mines good 'ol java)...sit
in your most comfortable chair...and hear me
To hit a golf
ball...what takes place? Let's briefly go over
it. Now stay with me on this...it's going to
make sense in a minute.
Get ready for
that "ah-ha" moment.
physically grab the club with your hands.
physically bend over and get in your address
physically take the club back, hoping for a
physically attempt to return the club back
to impact with stored energy.
physically try to stay in your golf posture
until the end of your swing.
Do you see
where I'm going with this?
Why is this
important to know, and how you can use it to
quickly improve your golf swing?
The answer is
simple: Because of all these common references
given above are the result of your body's
ability to accomplish these golf swing movements,
with proper swing mechanics.
If you have "physical"
restrictions (which the average
golfer...especially as we age...has many) that
won't allow you to perform these optimal golf
swing mechanics, you have a minimal (if not "any")
chance to optimize your golf potential.
That's the bad
The good news
is you don't have to settle.. you have the
control to fix your faults..that is...if you "know"
what they are.
what I mean.
starters...if you have a restriction in your
hamstring flexibility, you won't be able to get
into proper golf posture...and for sure...not
maintain it for 18 holes.
The result is
many mishits because of fatigue and your body's
fear of pain. At the end of the round, you end
up with a sore back..and wonder if you should
cancel that next round of golf.
If your legs
are weak...you will have no stability in your
golf swing. Your legs will be moving (sliding)
side to side...and straightening, when they
should stay flexed.
again is...inconsistency...lack of power...and a
predisposition to chronic injuries, due to
compensations your body will make...keeping you
"off the course" for long periods of time.
This is why I
am a golf fitness professional.
I have passion
for the game...and a goal to educate as many
golfers as humanly possible...to stop the
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