Golf Tip: Winterize your golf game
Most people this time of year hang up their clubs and just wait for spring to come around to play again, but you don’t have to wait for good weather to work on your game.
The winter months are actually an ideal time to work on some aspects of your game. Why not spend a few minutes a day working on your flexibility, strength and swing technique. Spending even 5 to 10 minutes a day swinging a club will keep you supple and loose and you won’t have to relearn your swing after the long layoff.
I developed an exercise program I call Cardiogolf. Cardiogolf is a golf specific exercise program that you can do indoors.
This program is designed for golfers of all levels regardless of age or level of play. Cardiogolf will teach you 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.
When you improve your swing technique, you increase your chances of improving performance on the golf course and decrease your chances of potential injury.
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 also uses hand weights for strength and conditioning and ends with a 10-minute cool-down and stretching routine.
For more information on how to order your Cardiogolf workout DVD visit www.cardiogolf.com.
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