CardioGolf™ Tribute to GolfGym® Founder Ken Pierce
GolfGym® Equipment • 1m 25s
Established in 1987, GolfGym® (GolfGym.com) has become the industry leader in golf fitness. Golf fitness expert, Karen Palacios-Jansen has partnered with GolfGym to assist in the development of new products and will help create instructional material. Karen, a LPGA Master Professional and NASM Certified Personal Trainer and creator of CardioGolf, will help promote and endorse the company and product line.
GolfGym LLC, a Mooresville, NC based company, is the industry leader in golf fitness. The Original GolfGym®PowerSwing Trainer was designed and created over 30 years ago by Ken Pierce, the founder of the company. His vision was to provide the world-wide golfing community with fitness-based training tools to help golfers of all abilities improve their golf specific fitness to ultimately enjoy the game more. The highly portable products have been used by golfers in their homes, offices or while traveling. The GolfGym products have been widely endorsed and used by professional golfers, trainers, coaches and therapists. The GolfGym fitness tools, along with the instructional videos are available on the website at GolfGym.com and on YouTube.
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