Golf Stretching Secrets To Improve Performance
The trend in larger and therefore heavier club heads in recent years has made golf stretching secrets even more important to acquire.
To make matters worse for golfers not interested in embracing golf stretching secrets, golf is a game unlike other sports where continuous playing improves fitness and endurance. This is because the golf swing lasts only a second.
It is instructive that many golfers are yet to appreciate this rather important fact. This is the reason who they have found it very difficult to see any improvement in their game.
Still it is common to see golfers practice hitting the ball for hours on the course. The writing should really be on the wall by now. And that is it is unlikely to improve any golfer's game if their body is not golf fit.
Muscles that are not fit will usually be flabby and stiff, making a good golf game virtually impossible because a golfer will tire easily and using the correct golf swing will be virtually impossible.
Learning golf stretching secrets should enable a golfer to do the right stretch exercises that will dramatically improve on their flexibility of the body and thus impact positively on their golf swing and all aspects of the game.
Golf stretching secrets include the fact that stretch exercises are critical in taking care of every golfer's most important and critical piece of equipment.
And that is the body. The right stretch exercises will help the body cope with the golf game which is a physically demanding sport. It requires strength, endurance and muscular control to hit a golf ball at high speed and in the right direction, consistently on a golf course.
Learning the secrets of golf stretching will also allow a golfer to do the right warm up exercises even before they go onto serious stretching routines.
All this preparation means that the body will be ready to perform at its' best and the results will clearly show the true value of golf stretching secrets.
About The Author: Mike Pedersen is one of the top golf fitness experts in the country, author of the Ultimate Golf Fitness Guide, and founder of several cutting-edge online golf fitness sites. Take a look at his just released golf fitness dvds at his golf fitness site - Perform Better Golf.
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