How this affects your golf swing

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Since: May 12

Fremont, CA

#1 Aug 28, 2012
Essentially, in the golf swing you create club head speed. That club head speed is the result of creating rotational power, which we define as torque. To create torque, the muscles of the body have to be flexible, strong, and powerful.

Now guess what? If you have less muscle, what do you think is going to happen to your power outputs and r11s driver head speed? The answer is they will decrease. No wonder they make senior shafts with a lot of flex. This is the golf manufacturers attempt to deal with this problem.

It helps to a point, but we have a better solution. How about putting something in your bag that makes you stronger, improves your power, and gets back that lost distance? Sounds good? Well, it can be done if you implement a golf fitness strength training program. You can get back that lost muscle mass, get back that power, and improve your driving distance. This is what we call the development of golf strength, and it can be done with a program that takes a total of 15 minutes a day!

Finally, moving on to the flexibility issue, our bodies lose flexibility as we age. Flexibility is a must when it comes to the golf swing with taylormade r11s driver. Here is what happens when you do not work on your flexibility.

A loss of flexibility in the golf swing limits the ability of the body to perform the correct actions to create the proper swing. Essentially, your body won't allow you to take the r11s driver back and through on the correct swing path. This leads to miss hits, slices, hooks, and a whole bunch of other shots that are very unpleasant.

So how do we fix this problem or not allow it to become a problem? The answer is to implement golf flexibility program. This again requires a daily commitment, but the time frame is very little, about 5 to 10 minutes a day. So again, ask yourself: Is it worth spending 5 minutes a day on flexibility to have the golf swing you would like? I bet most of you would answer yes.

Well, there you have the pleasures, displeasure, joys, and sorrows of the aging process. We all get older, but there are things we can do to prevent the displeasures and sorrows. If we take a little time every day and perform the proper exercises and activities, we can reduce the effects of aging and have a great swing for as long as we like.

It becomes obvious after reading this article the benefits a golf fitness program can provide the mature player. Through a series golf exercises, a mature player can improve their flexibility, increase their strength, and develop more power. All of which lead to an improved golf swing. All that is required is a small amount of time and effort.

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