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    Improve your golf swing fundamentals and watch your game transform

     

    Most golfers are aware that by focusing on the golf swing fundamentals, one by one, they stand the best chance of dramatically improving their game. This is because the golf swing fundamentals make up the golf swing which is at the heart of the game of golf. Golf swing fundamentals are to be found in the three segments of a proper golf swing which are the backswing, the downswing and thirdly the impact and follow through. The backswing is one of the important golf swing fundamentals because every shot begins here. If the backswing falls short, so will the resulting hit. At this stage, focus should be placed equally on body rotation and club and arm extension. Moving to the downswing as another golf swing fundamental, this movement actually starts in the legs and the hips, rather than the arm. There should be a clear transfer of body weight from back to front with the knees, thighs and hips all beginning to move forward. This should be the correct movement in every proper golf swing. The impact and follow through are the golf swing fundamentals that complete the entire swing. At impact the body weight should be on the outside of the forward heel and the inside of the rear foot. The entire awkward movement of the golf swing is unnatural to the body and this is why the body resists and it becomes very difficult to develop all the smooth movements that go into the proper golf swing fundamentals. Even endless practice may not be as effective in developing your body muscles in such a way that the golf swing fundamentals come as natural as possible. This is where exercise comes in to play a key role. Many golfers have successfully used golf-specific exercises and conditioning to improve their golf swing fundamentals.

         
    Improve your golf swing with keeping your golf club on the correct swing plane

     

    We as golfers have heard the term swing plane many times during our golfing careers. But do we really know the definition of it and the bearing upon our golf swing? Recently, I had a conversation with Dean Reinmuth (top 30 teaching pro ranked by Golf Digest) and I think he described swing plane the best. Dean suggests to think of the swing plane as an imaginary circle. The imaginary circle that represents the swing plane is set at an angle. It is the path on which it is necessary for the club to travel in order to execute the swing correctly. Beginning at address, the clubhead and shaft should be positioned at the “bottom” of the swing plane. During takeaway into the backswing and at the transition point of the swing, the clubhead and shaft are to remain on the swing plane. These three phases of the swing represent the club traveling “up” the swing plane to “top” of it. Keep in mind the visual of the circle and the shaft of the club dissecting the shoulder during these phases of the swing. Once the transition is complete, the downswing begins and the clubhead is moving down the swing plane. The path on which the club is traveling down should be the same as on the backswing. Continuing on with the swing plane, the club is to travel to again the “bottom” of the swing plane for impact with the golf ball. Once impact has occurred with the golf ball the follow-through of the swing occurs, and it is still necessary for the club to travel upon the correct swing plane. This assures that you are releasing the golf club correctly. The swing plane on the follow through is essentially a “mirror image” of it on the backswing. The golf club, again, must travel up an imaginary circle that dissects your front shoulder up into the finish position. What does the swing plane represent? The swing plane represents the path on which your golf club should travel upon during the swing. Why is it so important for the golf club to travel upon the swing plane? The golf club must travel upon the correct swing path in order to impact the golf ball correctly. Impacting the golf ball correctly provides the greatest possibility of delivering powerful, accurate, and consistent shots on the course of play. Oftentimes the golf club does not travel upon the correct swing plane. What happens in such instances? The path of the club becomes and “outside to in” move resulting in a slice, or an “inside to out” swing plane resulting in a hook. Overall, the club’s not traveling on the correct swing plane results in poor shots. Now that we know what a proper swing plane is within the golf swing and we can visually create a picture of it, how do we develop the proper swing plane? This is the hard part, and there are no secrets about it. Referring back to my conversation with Dean Reinmuth, he suggests that it is a process of creating “feel” for the proper swing plane. Creating “feel” is a process of knowing where the clubhead is on the swing plane. This allows you to know where your golf club is in regards to the proper swing plane required of the golf swing. How do you go about creating “feel” within your golf swing? It is a process of understanding the mechanics of swing and developing the proper swing mechanics within your golf swing. This allows you to know what the golf club should be doing, where it should be during each phase of the swing, and when it is not where it should be when you are swinging the golf club. Overall, it becomes a process of recognition. Recognition of what is the right and the wrong movements/positions within the golf swing. Once “feel” is developed within your swing, I would definitely say you are close to mastering the golf swing. This does require time and effort on your part. But if you are willing to put in the time and effort, rewards on the course will be well documented. Sean

         
    Improve your hands and improve your golf swing

     

    It seems as though many golfers are unaware of the importance the hands play in the execution of the golf swing. Obviously, we know that the hands grip the golf club and attach the body to the club. But what is the importance of them during the swing? The answer has to do with releasing of the club. Let’s go back and do a quick golf biomechanics review. During the swing, from address position to follow-through, the hands are active in a passive type of manner. Let me explain. The goal of the golf swing is to move the club on the correct swing plane to induce the intended golf shot that you want. This occurs through the body’s moving through a series of positions. These positions are found within the different phases of the golf swing. The phases of the swing are address, take-away, backswing, transition, downswing, impact, and follow-through. During all of these movements the body is performing, the golf club is being moved upon a swing plane. The swing plane is the path upon which the golf club is to travel. Proper impact with the golf ball requires the golf club’s traveling upon the correct swing plane. In order for the club to travel on the correct swing plane it is necessary for the clubface to open and close. Oftentimes, in golf terms the opening and closing, of the clubface is termed “releasing of the club.” This is where the hands become an integral part of the golf swing. If you talk to almost any instructor, they will say that any good player has “great hands.” This statement refers to exactly what was described above (the releasing of the club correctly). It’s obvious if you look at players such as Tiger, Phil, or Vijay. I even remember walking the course at Doral in Miami with top-5 teaching instructor, Rick Smith. One point he continued to return to in terms of discussing the golf swing was “hands.” He stated more than once how any PGA Tour player has great hands. This just provides additional support for how important the hands are in terms of the golf swing. But what does this all mean? Well, we know the hands are involved in the “opening and closing” of the clubface during your swing. This movement allows for the proper release of the club. As I mentioned, the hands are “active in your golf swing, but in a passive manner.” Again, to open and close the clubface during the golf swing the hands move back during the backswing, hinge at the top of the backswing, return the club to square at impact, and release the club afterwards. In order for this to occur the hands must be passive! What do I mean by passive? You cannot force the hands to move through the golf swing and release the club. This creates tension in the golf swing, affects tempo, and, overall, results in poor shots. If you do not believe me, go to the driving range, grip a club as hard as you can, and attempt to swing. The results will be much less than optimal. I think Dean Reinmuth, ranked by Golf Digest as a top-30 teaching pro, puts it best when speaking about the hands in the golf swing. He discusses “feel” as an integral part of the golf swing. He states that in order to have a successful golf swing you must be “tension free.” “Feeling” the club move on the swing plane is an indicator of being “tension free.” And in order to have this feeling, your hands must be relaxed (i. e. passive). How do you develop good hands in your golf swing? Easier said than done. In order to develop “feel” in the golf swing, remove “tension” from your golf swing and develop great hands, you must develop three fundamentals. Fundamental number one is an understanding of the golf swing. In order to know what the body and golf club are to do during the swing you must know the biomechanics of the golf swing. If you don’t, how are you going to know what the body and club are to be doing during each phase of the golf swing? Secondly, you must develop the mechanics of the golf swing. Your body and mind must integrate the movements of the golf swing into a repeatable movement. This occurs through proper instruction and practice of the correct golf swing mechanics. Finally, it is necessary to develop the body. Yes, the body! Your body must have the flexibility, strength, endurance, and power to perform the golf swing correctly. If the body is inflexible, weak, and powerless, how are you going to be able to perform the mechanics of the swing correctly? The obvious answer is: you are not! Developing great hands in your golf swing comes down to developing a “basket” of fundamentals within your golf swing. Understand the biomechanics of the golf swing, develop the proper mechanics within your golf swing, and develop a body to support your swing. These are the keys to developing great hands in your golf game. Sean

         
    Improving the mental picture of your swing

     

    Visualization techniques help improve your game. All good players do it, whether consciously or unconsciously. PGA pros, for example, visualize every shot they take. It’s the key to their success. I also encourage it in my individual golf instruction sessions. Below are a couple of visualization techniques that I’ve written about in my golf tips. To improve your scores quickly, try developing a good mental picture of your swing. Too many recreational golfers have a poor mental picture of their swing. Hence, their swings look awkward and disjointed. This awkward, disjointed swing isn’t solely the player’s fault. It’s also the fault of the way we teach golf. When I give golf lessons, I often work on individual elements of the swing, breaking it down into discrete parts so we can focus on correcting it. Recently, for example, I worked with a player on completing a full shoulder turn before initiating her downswing. We worked on it for a couple of sessions. You can bet she thought of her shoulder when she played her next round. This approach, as golf instruction techniques go, works well. However, it encourages you to think of your swing piece-meal, instead of as one fluid motion. When we practice, we also encourage the piecemeal picture of our swing by focusing on correcting individual swing faults one at a time, instead of concentrating on rhythm and tempo. There are two basic components to your swing: your trunk, supported by your legs and feet, and the unit of your hands, arms, and shoulders. Your trunk moves on a fairly horizontal plan. Your hands, arms, and shoulders, on the other hand, move on a relatively vertical plane. The trunk is the hub of your swing, around which the hands, arms, and shoulder component moves. A good way to think of this is arrangement is to imagine your trunk turning within the confines of a barrel, while the club moves up and down along the rim of the wheel. As your body rotates to the right (for right handers), the clubhead moves up along the rim of the wheel to the top of your backswing. As your body rotates to the left, your club moves down the rim of the wheel and back up the other side as you complete your follow-through. In reality, your swing is not a perfect circle, since the dynamics of motion require you to change planes. Nor does your trunk move in perfect rotation. You have to have a slight lateral motion to the left. But the barrel concept is a fairly good way of thinking about your swing as a whole. It encourages the major components to work together in harmony. Another technique that can help your swing is visualizing the type of shot you want to hit. Establish a pre-flight target line in your mind before addressing the ball. Retain this image when hitting. Then, try copying it with your actual ball flight. This visualization technique forces you to think about the target line, not your mechanics. However, if you have to think about something during your swing, try thinking about a phrase promoting a smooth takeaway. Slow and easy or slow and smooth are good swing thoughts. Anything that produces a nice takeaway works well. Why? Because the takeaway is the key to the overall shape and tempo of your swing. Tempo is the speed of your swing. Actually, the time it takes you to complete your swing, from beginning to end. We all have a natural tempo. Try maintaining it when hitting a club, whether you’re hitting a driver or a sand wedge. Individual golf lessons emphasize discrete parts of your swing. Visualization can overcome this. It focuses you on the harmony of your swing. In fact, you should get in the habit of thinking, “visualize to realize” on every shot. Golfers with single digit golf handicaps do.

         
    Improving your game with a golf mat

     

    There are various types of golf mats that are worth purchasing to practice and even refine your golf game. Many avid golfers find that a golf practice mat is an ideal way to keep improving, even when they don’t have the time to actually get out on the green every day. Golf is truly a game that takes quite a bit of practice, and a golf mat in your home can help you get the practice you need so that you see a difference every time you are out on the course. There are several different golfing mats out on the market. Generally you’ll see mats for indoor use, as well as golf chipping mats for the outdoors, as well as a golf driving range mat. With all of the different golf mats out there it can be difficult to know what is what and which product is right for you. Perhaps you need more than one, depending on how often you practice and where you play. A golf mat almost always comes in handy, regardless of how long you have been playing as it will help you refine your skills even more. One of the best golf practice mat solutions on the market is the Expand-a-Green golf mat. This is a professional quality golfing mat that will allow you to practice all of your big swings, putting, and chipping in any area. The Expand-a-Green is very portable so that you can take it with you to a friend’s house, on vacation, or to the park. This golf mat will only run you about $120 and for all of the versatility that it offers that is quite a steal. If you want something that can easily be used indoors you may want to look at a chipping and driving mat. These will usually run about $90.00 and can be used in doors and they provide a place that is big enough for your full stance so that you can get all of the practice that you need chipping and driving before you actually head out to the course. This is a great way to really up the ante on your game in the privacy of your own home. If you aren’t looking for anything to help with your practice, you may be looking for a golf driving range mat that will help you eliminate the need for a tee. With one of these mats that measures roughly six inches by eight inches and eliminates the task of carrying around a tee and sticking it in the ground throughout the course. One of the better brands is the Upright Tee Mat and really will come in handy if you are not a big fan of golf tees. This type of golf mat will run you just over $20 and is a handy piece of golf gear to carry along with you in your golf caddy. Whether you need a golf mat to practice in the comfort of your own home or your yard or you simply need something to eliminate the golf tee, you’ll find that the golf mat is a great tool to better your game. You’ll find that a golf mat is not necessary, no matter what type you are looking for, but golf is all about improving your personal game and every golf mat can help you do just that. If you’ve considered buying a golf mat, now is the time to go for it. Your golfing mat may very well be one of the best golf investments that you ever make, even though it is not one of the most costly.

         
    Improving your golf score

     

    In all sports, it is essential that you warm up properly to attain the best performance. If you go to any professional or even amateur sporting event, you will see competing athletes doing pre-game warm-ups. Golfers, especially those in the professional level, are not different from them. When tour professionals are about to begin their first tee, they would have made full warm-ups to be able to make their best swings. However, most amateurs have their “warm-ups” done by racing from their autos to the shop and check in, then dashing to their first tee, in just about five minutes. Most of the time, this is followed by an unsteady and inconsistent play for the first holes, ending up with another lackluster round. The result: Disappointing golf scores. Here are some tips for you for improving your golf score. • First, go to the golf course as early as possible. You need time in taking care of your matters in the shop, in using the restroom, changing clothes and shoes, among others. It is crucial that you do not feel pressured or rushed, allowing you to get warmed up at a relaxed pace. Remember that your warm-up time sets your mood and tempo throughout the day, so just relax and move slowly. A minimum of an hour or two before you begin hitting your first tee would probably help you get a nice and relaxed warm-up. • Start your warm-up routine at the putting green. By spending some time on warming up on the green, you will be ready for the speed of the greens. More importantly, you will start up your day with a nice, deliberate, and smooth tempo. • Spend about 10 minutes or so trying to hit the chips around the green using a tee as your target. First test the greens’ firmness to see how much or less the golf ball will roll. In general, the ball tends to move more on hard greens than the soft greens. In addition, there are various kinds of rough which make the ball move differently when it touches the green. Spending some time around the green helps you to have some thoughts on choosing the great greenside shots during your round, and also, the spots where you are landing the golf ball on the putting surface. Remember: If you do not get enough warm-up, you should not expect to have an optimal performance, and consequently, a good golf score.

         
    In home golf fitness is easy and convenient

     

    In home golf fitness can be more effective than belonging to a gym, paying monthly dues, and dealing with all the “muscle-heads”. Many golfers think they need fancy golf fitness equipment or a gym membership to be successful with their golf improvement program. Not so! I have designed all the programs in my membership sites, dvds, manual and ebook to utilize minimal equipment in the convenience of your home. Many of my customers and members have been shocked at their results with in home golf fitness equipment as simple as exercise tubing, a stability ball and hand weights. That’s it! For all of a “one-time” cost of under $60 you can have your total “in home” golf fitness gym. I’ve now eliminated the reason (excuse) that you need to belong to a gym or spend hundreds of dollars in equipment. I’ve also eliminated the reason (excuse) that you have no time. All the programs I’m referring to are to be done in the convenience of your home saving you hours per week. This includes the time it takes to commute the gym; getting showered; and the time it takes to get back to where you need to be. Coming up with golf fitness programs using just the above equipment can be fun, challenging and reduce boredom. The programs I design incorporate both strength and stretching within the same program, saving you even more time and killing two birds with one stone. More and more golfers are realizing they can do almost as much with in home golf fitness programs as they can in a crowded gym…with all the privacy they want. I have always said that exercises done on a machine in a gym that isolate one muscle group while sitting is the farthest thing from a golf-specific exercise. Golf utilizes every major muscle group in the body, and in a sequential movement pattern. Sitting in a machine will not improve your body for golf. The beauty of hand weights, tubing and balls is the ability to put your body in the exact same positions you’re in for your golf swing. The more exercises you can do that simulate your golf swing, the bigger the benefit will be. You will also be more apt to stick with it when you realize it will definitely improve your golf swing power and distance. Linking golf and fitness creates a commitment level that’s not there with general (gym) fitness programs. Knowing your in home golf fitness program will help you play better and also feel better is a motivating factor. When you get that itch to improve your game through fitness, don’t think you need to join a gym. All you need is a little bit of space in your living room to start your in home golf fitness program.

         
    Increase golf flexibility for greater power

     

    Flexibility is defined as the available range of motion about a specific joint. The range of motion can be limited by many factors. Some of these factors are nervous system control, muscle constraints, joint constraints, or skin and subcutaneous tissue. Flexibility is considered by many to be one of the most important factors of a successful golf swing. The logic behind this belief is because it increases the movement distance for force application. Studies have demonstrated that greater amounts of force can be produced when a muscle is pre-stretched before performing the activity demanded of it. A pre-stretched muscle creates elastic recoil that applies additional force for a more powerful contraction. This procedure is also known as preloading the muscle. By understanding the dynamics of flexibility, it only makes sense that it contributes heavily to a more powerful golf swing. Golf is a power sport. The golfer must be able to generate near-maximum power a certain number of times during a round of golf. Regardless of a player's talent level, most effective and powerful swings are produced when the force-generating muscles are preloaded first. The force generating muscles are found in the lower body. There must be transfer of this force to the upper body in sequential motion in order to create a powerful and effective golf swing. This can only occur if the muscles in both areas are properly stretched and flexible. Balance also plays an important role in the flexible movement and correct postural alignment for an effective golf swing. To some degree, flexibility and balance go hand in hand. The fact is that no matter what your natural talent, age, gender, or current level of play if you condition your body for an increased level of flexibility the chances are very good that your golf swing will consistently improve. Even a few minutes a day of stretching exercises can go a long way to achieving improvement.

         
    Increase your flexibility with these 3 key golf stretches

     

    Why is it a golfer rarely asks for a full 20 minute extensive warm up routine prior to golf, but rather those two or three key stretches guaranteed to yield the best results in the shortest period of time? No matter how hard those in the golf fitness arena try and convince golfer’s to stretch prior to a round of golf, our efforts are often fruitless. It’s not that golfers don’t care; life just seems to get in the way of our best laid intentions. So, instead of arriving 30 minutes early as planned, most golfers come scurrying around the corner and plop into their carts in an effort to get away with the bare minimum prior to tee-off. So, based on popular demand, here are those 3 key stretches. While it will always be in your best interest to plan and prepare, both mentally and physically, prior to your round of golf, the following stretches will get your body ready in record time. Stretch #1 Lunge with Rotation Goal: This movement is designed to duplicate the trunk rotation involved in the swing while stretching the hip flexors. Instruction: • Place hands on opposite ends of a golf club and place behind the top of shoulders • Begin by taking a nice long step forward, then lowering to a lunge position • Gently turn your torso towards your extended knee • Hold each side for a count of two, then switch legs Stretch #2 Rotator Cuff Stretch Goal: This movement is designed to stretch the rotator cuff muscles. Instruction: • Hold the club in the middle of the shaft with one arm extended straight out • Rotate the club to the right and then to the left • When complete, switch to the other arm and repeat Stretch #3 Trunk-Hip Rotation Goal: Loosens up the hip joints and prepares the body for a shoulder turn by stretching the low back. Instruction: • Bend over slightly from the hips • Hold your spine in a neutral position • Place club behind your back and in the crook of your arms • Rotate your shoulders to the right, then to the left • The movement duplicates the trunk rotation involved in the swing Use these three stretches prior to your next round of golf and you will likely see a significant impact in your performance. Get ready to take your game to a new level!

         
    Increase your golf swing clubhead speed with a golf fitness program

     

    Imagine hitting your driver farther in your 40’s than when you were in your 20’s! I imagine a few of you are saying, “No way!” Read this article to be convinced otherwise. I received an e-mail from one of our BioForce Golf subscribers about the amazing change in his clubhead speed. He wrote in about how excited he was that his clubhead speed had improved to a speed higher than when he was in his early twenties! He stated that currently his clubhead speed is between 105-107 mph, and in his twenties it was 95-100 mph. Go figure! He related his increased driving distance and clubhead speed to a golf fitness program, a program with exercises specific to improving his golf swing. Not a traditional, pump-the-iron program, but one that promotes a more efficient and powerful golf swing. He stated that since he implemented a golf fitness program, his flexibility, strength, and power have all increased. As a result of this newfound “bottle of youth,” he is hitting the golf ball farther, lowering his scores, and enjoying the game of golf more. The question to ask is, “How do improved flexibility, strength, and power relate to increased clubhead speed?” First and foremost, we must understand a very important principle. The principle revolves around what actually swings the golf club. Is it your body swinging the club or the club swinging your body? Obviously, the answer is that your body swings the club. Keeping that statement in mind, we can safely say it is a combination of two entities that creates clubhead speed. What two entities do you think I am talking about? They are your golf swing mechanics and your body. Swing mechanics have an effect on clubhead speed. Optimal swing mechanics develop greater clubhead speed than poor swing mechanics. If you do not believe me, try this little experiment. Go to the range and pull out your driver. On your first swing, swing smoothly and in control. On your second swing, swing as hard as you can! Which golf ball went farther? I am guessing the first one. This little experiment just goes to show that the mechanics of your swing have an effect on clubhead speed and distance. Bottom line on the swing mechanics side of the equation, the more efficient your golf swing mechanics are the greater amount of clubhead speed you will be able to generate. Now, on to the second part of the equation, your body. The body supports your golf swing mechanics. If your body does not have the flexibility, strength, or power to swing the golf club efficiently, the ability to generate clubhead speed will be compromised. And if your body is inflexible, weak, and lacking the potential to generate power, clubhead speed will be a difficult entity to create. Applying the idea of power to golf can be simply identified through clubhead speed. If the clubhead is moving faster at impact with the golf ball, what does this tell us about the golfer? The golfer is more powerful, and the ball will probably travel farther. How can a golf fitness program increase the power production in your swing? Increasing your flexibility allows you to perform the mechanics of the golf swing more efficiently opening the door for improved clubhead speed. Increasing your strength and power levels around the golf swing allows your body the potential to generate greater amounts of clubhead speed. Put these entities together with your efficient golf swing mechanics and you will find increased clubhead speed in your golf game. Now, aging presents a very interesting situation. As you age, the natural levels of flexibility, strength, and power decrease. Yes, as you get older the body slows down. The slowing down has an effect on your golf swing. You do not have the flexibility to perform the mechanics of the golf swing. The lowers levels of strength and power decrease the ability to generate clubhead speed. In order to reverse the effects of aging and improve your clubhead speed, you need to implement a golf fitness program. A golf fitness program can slow “the hands of time,” improve your flexibility, increase the strength within the body, and improve your power outputs. You essentially become an ageless golfer. Bottom line, better flexibility, increased strength and power training will increase your clubhead speed, lower your scores, and you’ll get a lot more enjoyment out of the golf course. Sean Cochran

         
    Increase your rotational strength for a more powerful golf swing

     

    Every golfer dreams of a fluid, unhindered golf swing. So why do so few of us actually achieve it? The culprit is usually a weak core and poor posture. You should aim for a healthy 60-degree rotation in your trunk if you want to achieve a free, smooth golf swing. Here are two simple exercises that you can perform to improve trunk rotation: 1. Improve Rotational Flexibility Sit straight on a stool with your feet firmly planted on the ground. Hold your golf club across your shoulders. Turn around clockwise as far as you can, till you feel a good stretch. Then turn around anti-clockwise as far as you can. You might notice a difference in your turning ability on each side. Work on your less flexible side to correct the imbalance. Having one side weaker than the other can affect your 'feel' for the game! Many people perform this stretch standing, which is less effective as it permits movement at the knee and foot. Movement at these joints can compromise trunk rotation. 2. Improve Rotational Strength Fix a cable with handle (or an exercise tube) to a low pulley. Do not set the weight too high. It's always easier to start low and then gradually raise your limits as you get accustomed to the moves. Stand with your right side to the cable, feet are shoulder width apart. Grasp the cable handle with both your hands while standing erect. Pull the cable towards your left shoulder, ending up with your arms making a 45-degree angle to your neck. Keep only a slight bend in your elbows. Perform four reps and repeat with the other side. Injuries and muscle imbalances often result from poor stability, which is the main cause for lack of coordination between your upper body and lower body. The abs and hips are your body's "transmission system" transferring power from the bigger and stronger muscles of the lower body to the upper body, which guides and controls your golf swing. 3. Stabilize your trunk for better rotation Stand straight with your arms crossed at shoulder level and weight equally distributed on both legs. Shift your weight to the left foot, and move your right foot one step away from your left foot. Make sure your right foot is firmly positioned on the floor. Rotate your upper body the same direction as the supporting leg. Now shift your weight to the right foot while rotating your upper body to the same side. Do not lean forwards or backwards while you bend your knee. Your body should remain with good posture while maintaining a tight stomach and neutral back position. Continue repeating this exercise so you can get a feel for what it is like to produce stability in your midsection while rotating from a more solid body position. Finally - do not expect an instant miracle on the golf course. Perform these exercises regularly and keep adding new and challenging routines to work on your trunk flexibility, stability and strength!

         
    Increasing your golf swing clubhead speed isn t everything

     

    “I want to increase my golf swing clubhead speed!” I hear this one all the time from the members of my golf-trainer site and golfers sending me emails. I want to be a ‘straight’ shooter (pardon the pun) right now. Increasing your golf swing clubhead speed is not everything! You heard that correctly. You can swing at 140 mph and it won’t mean anything unless your golf swing sequence and moment of impact is solid. There are lots of 300 yards in the woods! I have to chuckle when I see the Speed Stik commercials with Vijay. Swinging that thing harder and harder isn’t going to make your ball go straight…and if I’m correct, the goal is to get it in the fairway, right? The point I’m trying to get at is a more powerful, controlled, sequenced swing that does produce a higher clubhead speed, yet in control swing. One that has a consistent swing path and solidness of hit on the clubface. So how do you achieve this? The only way is to improve your golf-specific strength and flexibility! If you’ve read any of my 300 plus articles, you’ll know I come back to this time-and-time again. It’s your BODY that limits your golfing ability. Now picture this! You do some simple, ‘in-home” golf exercises and go to the course. You step up to the tee and rip one farther than you have in years and it stays in play. Doesn’t that sound more like it? There is a balance between a higher clubhead swing speed, control and sequence of motion that gets you back to impact hitting the ball in the center of your clubface. Swinging hard just to swing hard won’t accomplish your goals of longer/straighter drives. I receive emails from members, customers of my golf fitness dvds and manual who tell me who much more stable their swing has become doing my simple golf exercises, and how they are hitting it 20-30 yards further…consistently. So don’t get me wrong! I’m all about improving your golf swing clubhead speed…but with a stable swing…not one that is out of control and balance. I’m very proud when I receive these emails and know I’ve made yet another golfer a believer in golf training. So next time you see Vijay’s commercial for the Speed Stik, don’t run out and buy it with the intension your going to see that number go up-and-up. Buy it with the intension that your swing will be stronger, stabler and in better sequence. Then and only then will increasing your golf swing clubhead speed be a factor.

         
    Indiana golf lodgings

     

    Whether your goal is to be the next Tiger Woods or just have some fun, golfing is an incredibly popular sport. Indiana golf lodgings offer you the opportunity to play till your arms fall off. Indiana Golf Lodgings When you think of Indiana, your mind might not immediately go to golf. Many people consider this state to be the home of racing with the Indy 500 held here in Indianapolis, but it's also a great midwestern getaway for golf enthusiasts. With many different golf courses and lodgings located here, chances are you'll find just the right place for your golf vacation. A quick look at Indiana Traveler's website lists many different golf courses in many different towns and cities. While these are all options for the golf vacationer, it's often better to combine your golf course and resort in one place. One of the largest of the Indiana golf lodgings is Swan Lake, located in Plymouth, Indiana. This resort is home to the Indiana National Golf Club and the US Golf Academy. The Indiana National Golf Club houses two championship golf courses, and the Golf Academy has lessons and other activities available for the golfer. Swan Lake is a beautiful building, picturesque and perfect for weddings and meetings as well as vacations. There are 92 guest rooms, four cottages and two cabins available as lodgings, and other amenities include spas and pools for those times you're not on the links. A second of the many Indiana golf lodgings available is the Eagle Pointe Golf Resort just 10 minutes south of Bloomington, Indiana. This resort offers a 6700 yard championship golf course, a pro shop, driving range and a PGA professional on staff. The lodgings here are also first rate; they are all condos with one to four bedrooms each, and they include use of the pools and other amenities. This resort also has spectacular views of the Monroe Reservoir, Indiana's largest lake. One last look at the Indiana golf lodgings brings us to the French Lick Springs Resort and Casino. This resort, located in French Lick, Indiana, combines all of the excitement of a casino and spa retreat with great golfing. Under renovation until November 2006, the hotel will house 442 guest rooms and be opulent and impressive. Located on the resort property is the Donald Ross Course, which held many national and regional tournaments, and will in August 2006 be reopened after being renovated and restored. There are many different places in the country to golf, but choosing one of the Indiana golf lodgings will allow you not only a golfing vacation, but also a great stay at a great resort. Centrally located in the Midwest United States, these lodgings are a great place for anyone in the US to come and relax, and get in a few rounds of golf while you're there.

         
    Integrate dynamic stretching into your pre round routine

     

    Flexibility has been singled out as one of the most important components of the golf swing. Any time you have tight muscles your body responds in restricted movement. So, optimal flexibility becomes the key to freedom of movement in the swing. Any time you can enhance your flexibility, you have the potential to lengthen your golf swing and create greater club head speed. A golfer’s focus should always be on restoring normal range of motion before progressing onto more advanced strength programs. Dynamic stretches are highly recommended prior to each round of golf. Dynamic stretches are those that keep your body in motion throughout the full range of the stretch. It should not be a time consuming process. It should only take 10 or 15 minutes of your time and should be part of a full warm up program you perform prior to play. This includes time to warm up your muscles, practice your technique and mentally prepare yourself for the round ahead. The ultimate goal is to increase the functional range of motion around the joints affecting the golf swing. Limited range of motion contributes to improper mechanics, fatigue, and injury. Here is a comprehensive list of benefits you’ll see by increasing your flexibility through a regular stretching program. • Increases range of motion allowing you to stretch and reach further • Improves distance, power, accuracy and consistency • Reduces the incidence and severity of low back pain • Improves your power in explosive activities • Improves circulation and blood flow • Relieves muscle soreness after intense physical activity • Improves posture and muscle balance • Increases muscle coordination • Promotes a more fluid and natural golf swing • Increases neuromuscular coordination • Increases level of golf performance • Allows you to feel more free through the full range of movement Take time to prepare your body for golf and you'll notice a significant difference in your playing ability.

         
    Intro to the mental game of golf part 1

     

    Copyright 2006 Craig Sigl In this article, we are going to begin the process of learning how we can use our mind better for our game. You shouldn't need to be convinced of the paybacks we can get in this area for cutting your score right? Developing your mental game is definitely using the Pareto Principle (80/20 rule) as we can spend so little time and energy here and gain big efficiencies toward reducing our score. And especially getting everything we can out of ourselves and not just for our golf but for the rest of our lives as well, this info is actually applicable to just about anything we want to achieve in our lives. It's very exciting and again, the beauty of it all is that what I'm going to tell you does not take much time. We've got spare in between moments throughout our regular day and we can take advantage of them because we are just working with our brain. A club in the hand isn't even necessary! And you can work these concepts into your game anywhere, at home, at the office, even while driving! If you would have asked Sam Snead, or Byron Nelson who their mental coach or golf psychologist is when they were playing, they would have looked at you with a blank stare and said "what are you talking about?" Up until recently, there were none. The 1st time I’d heard about mental coaches for golf was when I was listening to an interview on sports radio while I was living in Portland, Oregon in 1995. PGA pro Peter Jacobsen, who is from that area, had just won at Pebble Beach and Buick Invitational after a long period where he didn't win anything. He was asked what happened, what he did to so dramatically improve his game to be at the top of the tour again after a long dry spell. He said he had spent time with a sports psychologist. In those wins and his other top finishes that year, he putted unbelievably well, even by tour standards. One of the things he said that the psychologist had him do was to practice his putting, for an hour a day…without a ball. Wow, do you have the discipline to do that? I don't know if I do either. We all know that we use only a fraction of our brainpower. What if we could use more? We can… We're going to have a lot of fun with this and it's where I give the greatest credit to my getting into the 70's and my client's scoring improvements. I mean imagine, I go 25 years or so of hacking up courses, spraying shot everywhere, shooting in the 90's. Sound like you too? I even took lessons and that still didn't do it and then I read a couple of books that aren't even about golf that jumped me to the next level. Now, you may hear or read about some golf psychologist or teaching pro saying that they don't believe you can just read a book, not practice "correct" mechanics and then get that much better at sports performance, but I 'm here to tell you I and many others have done it, and I had no help from anyone. So I KNOW you can too because of your human potential. You are human right? That's the only pre-requisite here. So how did I start all this? In my teens, I took a course in college called "interpersonal communications" and was introduced to a couple of psychology books. This info has been around for a while folks but it's just as valid today as then. Some of it even refers to concepts learned centuries ago from some of the great philosophers. I'm reading them thinking: "where have I been that I 've never seen this before?" Well, looking back, I'd say I was stuck in the typical golfer rut of getting as much mechanical instruction as I could get and then I had to practice it regularly to get better. Except, that didn't work! Anyway, our project in that class was to try to change something in our life using what we learned. I was extremely shy about speaking in public like many people and so I attempted to use the concepts but I didn't stick with it! I gave it a quick try and proclaimed it to be a failure like many of us do when discovering a new concept. I then forgot all about it until years later when I had that "meltdown" round of 112 and started to look for something different otherwise I'd still consider myself insane by Albert Einstein's criteria right? So I picked up those books again and gave it a real try this time and like magic, it did wonders for my game! I was as shocked about it as anyone. All of psychology agrees that it typically takes 21 days to change a habit and that's for minor changes. It can take longer if you're going to do any major reprogramming. But, the key is consistency. You have to do these exercises every day. Missing days will just prolong the results you're looking for. Now don't worry, these "exercises" I'm talking about are very easy and fun. I know you've all heard the old saying that we only use 10% of our brainpower. I'm not so sure that number is true but it is a fact that we have untapped potential up there. Some of the top Olympic competitors and professional athletes are finding out how to tap into this. They've done it, they've put the concepts to use…What if we could grab some of that too? What of the possibilities? That's the main reason why sport records keep getting broken, it's because we keep finding new ways to use our mind to make our body perform better and this is part of it. Since those first 2 books, I've studied many more and found that there are recurrent themes running throughout all of them and the biggest one is that we want to develop rapport with our unconscious mind. When we do that, we can play golf with our unconscious mind that is far more consistent than the conscious. How do we do that? Well, there's more than a few opinions and modalities developed to do just that and I've explored and am continuing to research them. I've already mentioned Hypnosis, NLP, and also Accelerated Learning techniques in other articles. I'll write more on each of these in coming articles too but before that, you need to understand first how our mind operates. Stay tuned...

         
     
         
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