September 10, 2012

Meet Bob

A business executive, who enjoys the game of golf. Bob financially, is in the position to play more golf, but found himself 10 to 15 lbs overweight and physically starting to break down. Bob realized that one of the first parts of his game to go was his drives. Once he turned 50 years old,his drive became a lot shorter, in spite of the fact that he had been playing for years. His friends mentioned to him that fitness for golf might actually help him get some of his distance back, but he wasn’t sure. What exactly are the benefits of this type of program?

– There are several different aspects to any fitness program that you must keep in mind if you want complete success, and they are flexibility, strength, and muscle endurance. As we get more seasoned we tend to lose one of these.


Bob started working his fitness for golf regimen two times a week for several weeks and then realized that he was able to get a bigger shoulder turn and the result, Bob was hitting the ball much further off the tee than ever before. But what was even more important to him was the fact that he didn’t get tired after a round of golf, and his back no longer hurt after the round or the day after hitting a bucket of balls on the range.


Bob has been working on starting the downswing with his lower body. With the added upper body flexibility and additional core strength, Bob now has the ability to turn his upper body on the backswing and allow his lower body to start the downswing allowing him to perform the proper sequence for more consistent shot making in his golf swing.

A fitness for golf program is a great way to not only get your self in better health and overall shape but also to strengthen your golf game. Today, you will notice that many of the golfers on the professional tour these days have their own trainer, or at the very least, they workout in the gym on a regular basis. (Even Bo Weekly has jumped on the bandwagon)

– Fitness for Golf is also a great way to help you stay in golf shape for much longer in your life. If you really love golf, like Bob does, and want to keep playing well into your retirement years, then getting in shape related to your sport is the best way to make sure that can happen. It will also help prevent you from getting injured, which means more rounds and lower scores.


This article is written by Chris Ownbey

When it comes to Golf Performance, Chris Ownbey has for many years trained golfers, teaching them the secrets to increased strength, greater flexibility and better health. And here’s the great news for YOU. With the Ultimate Golf Fitness Performance his “Online golf fitness system”- the secrets are now available in person or in the privacy of your own home.
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