For many of you, the golf season is in full swing. You may be considering starting a golf fitness program to whip you into shape but you are not sure what you should be doing while you are also playing a lot of golf. Too many golfers start out doing too much too soon, then get sore or injured, and eventually give up their program.
The key to long-term success is to take your initial fitness level into consideration and be realistic about the time you will have to put into a program. If you haven’t worked out in years, you need to ease into and be consistent with your program to gain benefits.
Whether you are striving to be competitive in your club championship, or simply trying to shave off a few strokes, participating in a well designed strength and conditioning program can significantly improve your performance. Here are a few components of a golf-fitness program to help you keep your game shape during the season.
Maximize Your Golf Performance
CardioGolf™ 4-Week In-Season Challenge-
Includes tips and routines to:
Lengthen and Straighten Your Drives
Make Solid Contact with Your Irons
Land Your Short Shots Closer to the Pin
Sink More Putts
Play an Easy 18 Holes
Jack Up Your Yardage