Fitness is important to improve your golf game
Golf requires a lot of time and effort, not to mention a great deal of skill, mental fortitude and perseverance to excel at it. To play consistently, you must spend countless hours hitting balls, practicing out of the sand, putting, chipping and playing practice rounds. Then you need to head to the gym to achieve power, by lifting weights, build endurance with cardiovascular exercise and then stretch most days of the week. Most of us do not have the time and energy to devote to a game, but that doesn’t mean we don’t desire to improve; we just don’t have the means.
Now there is a new unique way to help golfers of all levels practice, improve swing mechanics and fitness levels at the same time. It is called Cardiogolf.
I used to have a dilemma: I could spend my free time working out or working on my golf swing. Golf may be a good mental exercise, but as far as physical exertion it can’t compete with aerobic exercise. Then I got to thinking, maybe I could do both at the same time.
So I developed a program called Cardiogolf, a golf specific exercise program to help golfers improve their swings by conditioning their muscles
This program is designed for golfers of all levels regardless of age or level of play. Cardiogolf will teach player’s to condition the specific muscles used in proper swing biomechanics as well as provide low impact aerobic conditioning.
Cardiogolf is a 60-minute workout DVD that combines swing drills and exercises for improving swing technique and clubhead speed. Cardiogolf starts with a 10-minute warm-up, followed by a 40-minute cardiovascular and strengthen routine using the Cardio Club. The Cardio Club is a shorted club designed specifically for this workout and indoor use. The workout ends with a 10-minute cool down and stretch.
Every exercise in my Cardiogolf routine is based on the fundamental golf positions and motions all good golfers need to succeed. As a low-impact aerobic workout, Cardiogolf will help golfers of all levels gain flexibility, improve golf posture and balance, and teaches correct swing technique all while providing a thorough and sensible workout. In the comfort of the home or office, golfers can enjoy this music-filled, fun and easy workout that improves golf games and fitness levels at the same time.
Whether you use my golf fitness program or not, think about incorporating some exercises into your daily routine. When you improve your fitness level, you increase your chances of improving your performance on the golf course and decrease your chances of potential injury. For more information visit my site at www.cardiogolf.com.
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