Whether it’s winter time or summer, you really should get into a habit of exercising regularly in order to stay in top golf shape and avoid injury. Of course, you should talk to a medical professional before starting any exercise routine. At Great Moves Physical Therapy, we have physical physical therapists who specialize in golf performance. You’re always welcome to call us for a free initial consultation with a therapist to talk about your individual fitness needs and goals.
If you’re a golfer, you can even take advantage of our indoor golf simulator.
In the meantime, below are links to several useful golf exercise tips:
http://www.golfdigest.com/ Feb 14
You might have been told that high-impact exercises are bad for you because of the stress they put on your joints. While there is some merit to that, recent studies suggest your bones need daily doses of impact to remain strong.
http://www.golfdigest.com/ Jan 24
Invented by a recent exercise-science graduate from Central Michigan, Derek Mikulski, the bar comes in weights ranging from six to 18 pounds, starting at $120. Mikulski discovered that an internal, unstable load of movable weights do more to work an athlete’s core while doing exercises with the ActivMotion Bar.
Eyesight is a vital part of sports, from golf to gymnastics. “And this demonstrates an important principle. Just as with physical exercise, we can measurably improve our mental fitness with the right training.”
Get in shape for Spring with our indoor golf simulator
Play some of the world’s top golf course on our indoor golf simulator. At the same time, get a video analysis of your swing to learn how to not only improve your game’s distance and accuracy, but also help prevent common injuries. Call 719-477-6870 to schedule a free first consultation with one of our golf performance specialists.