Have you ever used resistance bands for a workout, to stretch or to warm up for golf? We at GolfGym® are huge proponents of using resistance bands (or cords) to gain strength and to train specific muscles to perform more efficiently in your golf swing.
“Recently, many professional golfers have taken golf fitness to another level in that they are creating (or their trainers are) weight training programs that involve heavier and heavier weights (Body Building?)”. Every golfer in the world would benefit from being more Fit For Golf. That doesn’t mean Body Building…………..”
“I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks one, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times”. There is no real way of calculating the exact amount of balls a PGA Tour Player hits in a year, but after a little dancing………….”
“You don’t have to give up beer. You don’t have to join a gym. You work on it for 10 minutes a day and you get fit.” There are a lot of golf training aids that golfers are embarrassed to bring to the course……….”
I am proud to say that I have dropped 80 pounds from my highest weight over the past seven years. I am in the best overall shape of my life and Playing my best. Let us help you to play better. “Because I am 6′-2″ tall, everyone used to tell me that I carried it […]
Arlen Bento, Jr. and Ken Pierce demonstrate a drill with the GolfGym PowerSwing Trainer that will help to get you on the right swing place/path in order to eliminate the most common of golf swing flaws, the Slice… Arlen Bento, Jr. identifies the flaw in our swing that causes a slice. Using the GolfGym PowerSwing […]
About three months ago, I joined a great gym that is about five miles from our home in Stuart, Florida. It’s a Planet Fitness facility. It is a gym with stuff in it…that’s it. That’s all I wanted, and it’s very inexpensive to join. I don’t generally use weight machines, but I do use the […]