Professional golfers know the importance of athletic development for golf. As a recreational golfer, you may not have the time to train like an elite athlete, but by simply adding a few swing drills into your daily routine, you can dramatically improve your game. And you don’t have to go to the golf course or driving range, you can do these exercises at home with the CardioGolf Complete Golf-Fitness Training System.
In this fun, easy to follow series of videos featuring LPGA Professional and CardioGolf Certified Trainer Britni Gielow, you will learn routines to help you warm up before play or practice and routines to help you improve your strength, flexibility, balance, coordination and swing technique. Simply follow along using the CardioGolf Slope and Shortee Club to Trim Your Score and Shape Your Swing.
1. CardioGolf Pre-Round Warm-Up Routine
2. CardioGolf Lower Body Workout
3. CardioGolf Balance Workout
4. CardioGolf Pilates Ball Workout
5. CardioGolf Shape Your Swing Workout
About Britni Gielow-
Britni is a LPGA Teaching Professional and Certified CardioGolf Trainer. A former Academic All-American at NCAA Division III Hope College, Britni teaches golf and CardioGolf classes at several locations in the Muskegon, Michigan area.
For more information visit GielowGolf.com.
CardioGolf is a golf-specific fitness routine that uses the CardioGolf Shortee Club and Slope to develop strength and endurance.
The carefully designed routine teaches people the basic motions of a full golf swing. CardioGolf is a fun, fast moving routine that is set to music. All exercises use moves taken from the golf swing.
Players will do a series of choreographed moves that are designed to stretch and strengthen the body along with improving the player's golf swing technique.
Hosted and designed by Top 50 Golf-Fitness Professional, LPGA Master Professional and Certified Personal Trainer Karen Palacios-Jansen.
CardioGolf is a unique golf-fitness program that blends golf specific exercises with aerobics, strength and flexibility exercises for better golf and overall health.
Karen who is formerly the Managing Editor for Golf Fitness Magazine and is a frequent instructor on the Golf Channel uses her 20 years of experience in the golf and fitness industries to teach people how to improve their golf swings as they improve their strength, endurance and flexibility in a fun and easy to follow routine.
For more information visit CardioGolf.com.