Today is my day that I get to spend the most time working on 18STRONG, so I look forward to it all week.
I have lots of time to think about new training programs. What are Crew needs. And whatever pops into my tiny little brain.
I’m sure you’re juggling hundreds, if not thousands, of responsibilities, so finding an hour to work out is a struggle.
But, there may be something you haven’t yet heard of…
These are the short, but incredibly effective bursts of exercises designed specifically for golfers with the clock ticking against them.
Because time is a luxury, and efficiency is key.
Each 20-minute session is a condensed powerhouse of fitness that focuses on the areas of your body that are going to not only get you fit, but help you play better golf.
Lemme put on my physical therapist hat and talk science for a second.
Research shows that shorter, high-intensity workouts can be just as effective, if not more, than their longer counterparts.
It’s about quality, not quantity.
I’ve seen guys at the gym wander around for over an hour lifting a few weights here and there.
And hey, if your jam is hanging out, that’s great.
But for the busy people who want a legit session in the shortest amount of time, that ain’t gonna fly.
Think about what you could accomplish with a 20-minute workout:
- Boost your rotational strength that helps give you that effortless, but powerful swing.
- Boost core stability for the many, maaaany uneven lies we encounter.
- Increase mobility for a broader range of motion.
Not too shabby, right?
Now, all things being equal, a 40-minute workout with the same intensity and efficiency is going to be better.
That’s simple math.
Don’t let anybody BS you.
BUT, when you commit to a tough, 20-min session that includes squats, pushes, pull, rotations, and hinges, you will see results.
You can’t not.
Your #1 Fan,
PS – If you have no interest in putting together your own micro-workouts, then we’ve got you covered.
We created Micro Workouts– Total Body for busy golfers who aren’t afraid to work hard for 20-minutes.
For those 20-minutes, it’s not easy. If you’re looking for a low-intensity workout, this isn’t for you.