SARCOPENIA IN THE AGING GOLFER WILL INFLUENCE DISTANCE AND PLAYING PERFORMANCE Bob Forman Certified Golf Fitness Instructor MS, Exercise Physiology There’s a sound, physiological reason for the Senior tees. It’s called sarcopenia, although it’s a sure bet that’s not the reason why the USGA developed the forward gold tee box. Sarcopenia, which affects both men
by Bob Forman, GolFIT Carolina
Lack of mobility in the lower back can affect the golf swing negatively and put pressure on the lower back. Reach Thrus are can enhance that mobility and improve your golf game.
Certified Golf Fitness Instructor
MS, Exercise Physiology
The days of the big, bulky, one-muscle-group-per-exercise machine are in
the rear view mirror. Functional training is the way to go, especially
for golf, as multiple benefits can be achieved with each exercise.
Although there are indeed some benefits of joining and attending a
health fitness center (camaraderie, fitness professionals to assist you,
etc.), the good news is that you don’t necessarily have to pay and trek
to a local fitness center in order to better your game.
A functional home gym is easy to set-up, doesn’t require much space, and is very affordable. (Read more…)
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Paul Purtzer, PGA
My brother Tom and I worked hard on our golf swings when we were
starting to play golf and we spent many working on a good takeaway. If
you tend to jerk the club away from the ball and/or have poor rhythm
this may be a great tip for you.
As a PGA Tour player, I would often take time off at the end of the year and then when I was getting ready to go compete again I would start working with the fundamentals immediately. You should to-to play your best. I would see my teacher as soon as I could get in to