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Core Exercises For Golfers, Not Abs Models

We’ve all seen fitness and weight loss informercials about core strength and chiseled abs, but most of the exercises in those programs aren’t going to do much to help your game. Click Below To Play Video   Typically, all those core strengthening products you see focus on the “glamour” muscles

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Prevent And Eliminate Shoulder Pain

A lot of golfers unnecessarily play with pain in their shoulders that, in most cases, is easily preventable and easily fixed. In the video below, Jeff is going to show us five exercises you can use to either help PREVENT shoulder pain or help CORRECT the pain you’re currently experiencing.

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At Home With Hammies

Shiny, new, in-shape hamstrings may not turn a lot of heads at the beach, but they’ll help turn your swing into a happy one. Click Below to find out more:   Like the forgotten bag of ice from the grocery store, your hamstrings are extremely important to your swing, but

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[What? Why? How?] It’s too early extension

In the 1960s underground world of dancing in the Catskills, pelvic thrusting was both tolerated and encouraged, but has no place in your golf swing. Like a doomed moth to a flame, early extension draws your hips to the ball Early extension is when your lower body moves towards the

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Flexibility vs Mobility

One of the most misunderstood concepts of golf and fitness is the difference between flexibility and mobility. For the most part, flexibility is how far your muscles can stretch with assistance (think of your coach pushing down on your back while you touch your toes). Mobility, for the most part,

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[What? Why? How?] Are fat grips really that phat?

Fat grips can dramatically change your existing dumbbell and barbell workouts, but do they work? After Years of Cheating on Tough Reps, Fat Grips Are Keeping You Faithful We’ve all been there. You struggle to bring up that last dumbbell curl, and like Lincoln Hawk (Sylvester Stallone’s character in Over

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