Explore CardioGolf™ • 3m 15s
CardioGolf is a program a golf-specific program for golfers. It is battery of exercises to improve body movement and swing technique. By consistently, repeating golf swing exercises without the judgement of where the ball is going, golfers can accelerate improvement on the golf course.
Professional golfers know the importance of athletic development for golf. Recreational golfers, may not have the time to train like an elite athletes, but by simply adding a few swing drills into their daily routines, golfers can dramatically improve their golf games. And they don’t have to go to the golf course or driving range, these exercises can be done at home with the CardioGolf Slope and Shortee Training Club.
Master LPGA Professional and NASM Certified Personal Trainer Karen Palacios-Jansen has developed a system of working out to help golfers of all levels improve their golf swings and fitness at the same time. Using the Slope and Shortee Club, Karen takes golfers through a collection of exercises and drills to improve their golf swings and get a great workout at the same time.
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