You Don't Have to be Tiger Woods

Wed, Oct 3, 2012 at 8:02 PM

Do you do any exercise or belong to a gym? Have you ever considered a simple exercise programme that might help with your golf? Don't let the stories of gym fanatics influence you in any negative way. There are simple exercises you can do, which will help not only your golf, but will also contribute to improvements elsewhere in your life.

For you, following some simple exercise steps, which are related just to the core strength and flexibility, ought to create more 'power' in your golf swing with taylormade 2.0 irons for sale and therefore more distance.

'The Core', now a very popular theme in all gyms, covers your abdominals, hip flexors and glutes. With a stronger AND MORE FLEXIBLE core, you will be able to rotate fully quite comfortably on your backswing creating maximum torque.

From what most golf teachers then call "the loaded position" you can generate a high level of club head speed WITHOUT swinging harder. This allows a smoother, more controlled swing with relaxed muscles with taylormade 2.0 irons for sale.

Do NOT underestimate the value of training for flexibility. As we grow older we know that we lose muscle strength, but the biggest challenge to our golf is the level of flexibility that we lose, restricting our golf swing with taylor made burner 2.0 irons.

And if you didn't believe me, up front when I said it would make a difference to other parts of your life, after a few weeks of training for your core strength and flexibility, check how easy it is to put your socks on now!

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