1. Golf Conditioning Part 5

    In the past 4 series of articles we have talked about flexibility, exercise selection, posture, motor program (movement) development and the importance of nutrition. In part 5 of this series, we will discuss how to put it all together. As you probably have learned at this point, golf is not just about hitting the ball. There are many pieces the... Read More

  2. Golf Conditioning Part 4

    In this next issue of this 5 part series, I will discuss the importance of nutrition. This is a touchy subject that most golfers, as well as Americans think they know about. If that were the case, then we would not be a diabetic, overweight, depressed and overworked society. There are so many fad diets on the market that most... Read More

  3. Golf Conditioning Part 3

    In the last part of this series we discussed the importance of flexibility. In this next issue of the series, we will briefly explain postural issues in relation to most golfers. As I have said in the previous issue, most golfers tend to begin learning the game at an older age to relax, relieve stress, while conducting business or for... Read More

  4. Golf Conditioning Part 2

    In this second edition of my five part series on golf conditioning, I will cover issues regarding flexibility. Most of the golfers out there today tend to stretch right before they tee off, during each hole or whenever they feel the need. Their routines typically contain the basic stretches that they learned in gym class 30 years ago. Now do... Read More

  5. Conditioning for the Golfing Athlete Part 1

    In this five part series, we will explore many areas of golf conditioning. Not only conditioning, but the various factors to focus on: flexibility, exercise selection, posture, motor program (movement) development and the importance of nutrition. In Part 1 in this series, we will explore the topic of why should you condition for golf? Every golfer wants to play better... Read More