💪 Is that your final answer? 

Hola, amigo. And Happy Cinco de Mayo! 

We just wrapped up the Live coaching call. It was a doozy of strength, speed, distance…and making your buddies look like fools as they sheepishly stop at their ball 20 yards shy of yours. 

Our guest, Chris Finn, killed it. 

Keep an eye out for that replay. 

But today, we’re talking control and strength. 

You’ve done your stretching. 

You’ve sent your body’s range of motion through the roof. 

You’ve gotten strong to maintain/improve your range of motion. 

You’ve done it. Pat yourself on the back. 

Sounds great, right? BUT, how do you know that it really works? 

I can tell you until I’m blue in the face, but this is something you’re just going to have to experience for yourself. Kinda like touching a hot stove. 

Don’t worry, there’s a quick win for you. And I can think of no better place to start than your hammies. 

Can you touch your toes? No? 

Well, you’re not alone. The vast majority of golfers (and adults in general) I assess in the gym have snare-drum hamstrings. And they’ve haven’t been able to touch their toes since grade school. 

If that sounds like you, then check out this new video

I’m going to show you step-by-step how you can get any tight muscle in your body to stretch like the 9-yr-old version of you. Okay, that’s a stretch (pun intended), but you will absolutely feel looser and freer than you have in a very long time. 

More importantly, this is not a parlor trick to take a few bucks of your buddies. You’ll be able to maintain your new range of motion for the foreseeable future. 

Check it out: https://18strong.com/app/1-drill-for-golf-mobility 

Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’ve gotta get my pump on before kids’ soccer practice tonight. 

You’ve got this. 

Your #1 Fan, 

Jeff Pelizzaro 

PS – Do you remember that quiz show, “Who Want’s To Be A Millionaire?” The host would ask, “Is that your final answer?” If it was, then your answer would be locked in. 

It’s just like stretching. Do you want your new range of motion to be locked in? Or do you want to keep starting at zero every time you stretch? 

Watch this video to lock it in.