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Is Lack of Flexibility Affecting your Golf Swing?
Find out what it
takes to restore the normal range of motion in your hips, back,
hamstrings and shoulders so you are feeling refreshed and ready for your
next round of golf.
With over 26 million golfers
nationwide, the majority of injuries, swing flaws and constant
frustration all revolve around tight and restricted muscles - all of
which affect your golf swing. Haven't you had enough?
The problem is most people keep blaming themselves as though it is their
fault for hitting thin or fat shots, spraying balls left and right or
not getting their ball in the air. Well, hopefully, I finally have good
news that will make you feel better. In most of these cases, your body
is only producing the swing it can within its current range of motion.
In other words, change your range of motion and change your swing.
are aware of how important flexibility is to their golf swing.
Increases range of
motion allowing you to stretch and reach further
distance, power, accuracy and consistency
incidence and severity of low back pain
power in explosive activities
circulation and blood flow
muscle soreness after intense physical activity
posture and muscle balance
more fluid and natural golf swing
level of golf performance
Allows you to
feel more free through the full range of movement
Is Drive Distance a Constant Source
of Frustration for YouHere's what you'll learn…
The MOST effective
dynamic warm up routine you can use on the course to get the most out of
every shot you take – and it only takes 5 minutes
What ‘at home’
stretch routine can leave you feeling 10 years younger and embracing
a young person’s game again
Find out the
most common injury sites for amateurs and professional golfers and how to
current posture can be creating neck and shoulder pain and what stretches
can alleviate muscle tension and discomfort
single most effective stretch for the mid back and why it might be the
most important stretch you could be doing to increase drive distance
movement prep exercises that improve your mobility and can be used before
Find out the
best technique to use while stretching techniques and this will double or
triple your current flexibility and enhance your overall movement
best stretches for your hips, shoulders, hamstrings and back allowing you to
play injury free and improve your body motion
than I’ve felt in a really long time"
Sent: Monday, April 28, 2008 9:54 AM
Subject: stretch guide
This stretch guide is fantastic! I can’t believe with everybody
talking about how important flexibility is that nobody has put
out something this comprehensive, but easy to use at the same
It’s not quite warm enough to see how this translates to my game
yet, but I’ll keep you posted. However, I can tell you I have
been using your stretches for the past week and I feel better
than I’ve felt in a really long time.
visualize those long drives already!
K. Samson, Handicap 12
shoulder turn and now I can go the distance"
Sent: Monday, April 7, 2008 3:26 PM
I have known for a long time that I needed a better shoulder
turn. In fact, I got sick of hearing it. I could see what I was
doing wrong, but just wasn’t sure how to fix it. I grabbed just
three of your stretches and I am already hitting it 10 yards
further. Look how easy that was…I am making a better shoulder
turn and now I can go the distance. Go figure.
working towards scratch and I may finally get there"
Sent: Thursday, March 20, 2008 3:54 PM
Subject: golf fitness stretches
I have been waiting for a book just like this. I hate to sound
so lazy, but I never really liked exercising and seem to have to
work really hard to get motivated to go to the gym like other
people. But now, I can just pull out a handful of stretches in
the evening and get them done while watching the Golf Channel or
something else. It’s made a huge difference in my swing already.
I’ve been working towards scratch and I may finally get
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