Ben Hogan Swing Video from Ed Sullivan Show

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Practice Like Hogan

Legendary golfer Ben Hogan, winner of nine major championships, is widely acknowledged to have been among the greatest ball strikers ever to have played golf. He often would practice without a ball, grooving the swing motion to make it automatic, so that he would not have to think about his swing on the golf course. Check out the link below … Read More

How a Pair of Socks Could Improve Your Game

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In a round of golf, you may end up walking 6 or 7 miles, and even if you ride in a golf cart, you’ll take 5,000 to 6,000 steps. Not to mention that, during the golf swing, the body acts as a whip, so your power source starts with the feet and legs pushing against the ground. Each foot has … Read More

Eat Well for Winter Warmth (and for Golf)

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And don’t forget the value of warm-up exercise! Two major components of a healthy lifestyle are physical activity and nutrition, and specifically the physical activity needs to involve stretching and resistance  or strength training and the nutrition needs to combine to the correct amount of protein and carbohydrates. I talk a lot about how to improve strength and flexibility for … Read More

Tuesday & Thursday Cardiogolf Live at Trump National Charlotte

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Join me, Karen Jansen, on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Trump National Charlotte for a unique golf-fitness experience. No matter what shape you are in right now, you can always improve the way you move; which in turn improves how you swing a golf club. Cardiogolf can help you improve your: Swing Mechanics Strength Stability Coordination Balance Flexibility Endurance Power In Cardiogolf, you’ll … Read More

Karen Featured in Golf Digest Fitness Friday

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Every Friday Golf Digest magazine highlights a golf-specific exercise to improve your golf swing.  This week, Cardiogolf creator, Karen Palacios-Jansen, is featured talking about the importance stretching the muscles in the back of the body to help maintain spine angle on downswing to avoid those fat and thin shots. https://cardiogolf.com/exercises/forward-bend/