Golfers need to take care of their #1 piece
of equipmenttheir body. It takes power
and muscular control to hit a golf ball at high speeds consistently during a round of
golf. Also, larger clubheads cause increased physical demands, leading to more injuries in the unconditioned golfer. Unlike other
sports, playing golf won't increase your golf-specific
fitness. Since the golf swing lasts only a second, you'll need to
perform exercises to strengthen and stretch your muscles in order to
improve your golf performance.
Rating (out of 5 stars)
"To truly help your game, consider a workout
program that stretches and strengthens those areas (lower back, wrists, rotator cuff and
elbows) most prone to golf injuries. The Sports FitKit for Golf presents
stretching and strengthening exercises in a clear, concise instruction manual..." Golf
Magazine, February, 1999
"Members gave the Sports FitKit the seal
of approval with many comments on it's ease of use."
“The Sports FitKit is an easy,
inexpensive way to exercise the correct muscle groups for the golfer.
And it doesn’t take long to exercise. After performing the exercises,
I had an increased shoulder turn and greater driving distance.”
- Charter Member Dan Rider, Fairmont, WV
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