Cardiogolf Plank and Putt Challenge-Unstable Surface

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Welcome to the Cardiogolf Plank and Putt Challenge that will help you get strong in your core and shave strokes off your score.  Simply follow along as I take you through a variety of plank exercises and putting drills. Although putting may not seem like an athletic movement, you actually need to be strong in your arms, shoulders, core and … Read More

Cardiogolf Plank and Putt Challenge-Get on Your Side

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Welcome to the Cardiogolf Plank and Putt Challenge that will help you get strong in your core and shave strokes off your score.  Simply follow along as I take you through a variety of plank exercises and putting drills. Although putting may not seem like an athletic movement, you actually need to be strong in your arms, shoulders, core and … Read More

Cardiogolf Plank and Putt Challenge

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Welcome to the Cardiogolf Plank and Putt Challenge that will help you get strong in your core and shave strokes off your score.  Simply follow along as I take you through a variety of plank exercises and putting drills. Although putting may not seem like an athletic movement, you actually need to be strong in your arms, shoulders, core and … Read More

IMPROVE ENDURANCE ON AND OFF THE GOLF COURSE

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Golf, although not thought of a strenuous activity, requires a higher level of fitness than most people would think. In a single round, a golfer will swing an estimated average of 300 swings (including practice swings) and walk seven to eight thousand yards, the equivalent of four to five miles. Swinging a club over and over again twists the neck, … Read More

Stay in the Game with KT TAPE

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Earlier this year, I filmed a series of golf tips for my Cardiogolf Video Series (available this summer) and, at the time of filming, I suffered a bout of ‘tennis elbow.’  ‘Tennis elbow’ is a term used to describe the pain that develops on the outside portion of a person’s upper arm. While I have played tennis in the past, … Read More

Chipping off a Bare Lie

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One of the hardest shots in golf is chipping off a bare lie, where the ground is hard with barely any grass.  The technique for the bare lie chip shot is not that much different than for a chip off of a fluffy lie, what makes this shot harder is that there is no room for error.  If you hit … Read More

Stretch Your Game

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Every time you play golf, you turn, twist, bend, squat, lunge every part of your body and then you repeat the same movements for 4 to 5 hours–this can tighten your muscles and cause a condition called ‘repetitive stress injuries’. Repetitive stress injuries are injuries that happen when too much stress is placed on a part of the body, resulting … Read More

V-Sit for Victory

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The V-Sit exercise is an important exercise to help maintain and increase mobility in your core muscles. When core muscles are mobile, you will be able to rotate through full range of motion to increase length and power in your golf swing. Add this exercise into your golf-specific workout routines to help increase functional strength, increase range of motion and … Read More