Day 7-Cardiogolf 1000 Practice Swing Challenge-On-Course Energy Management

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Cardiogolf 1000 Practice Swing Challenge

The challenge is straightforward-simply make 1000 practice swings, 30 swings a day, during the month to improve your swing technique and increase clubhead speed.  You don’t need to go to the driving range or golf course, you can simply make practice swings in your garage or living room at home a few minutes a day (just make sure that you don’t whack the ceiling or walls!)

If you don’t have enough room to swing a regular club, use the ‘Shortee Practice Training Club’ by GolfGym.  Click here for more information. 

Off-Course Tip-Would you change the way you eat if you knew certain foods could help you play better golf?

If you are a regular reader of my blog, you know that I focus on the importance of fitness to help you improve your golf performance. The combination of strength, flexibility, endurance and stability can help you swing the club more efficiently to create more power.

But did you know that what you eat before, during and even after your round of golf  can also affect your performance? It may not be the norm for golfers to follow special diets, but it will be soon. I’ve discovered products to help meet my nutritional needs on and golf the course, that I would like to share with you.

For years, my husband Dan Jansen and I have been using Zija products. Zija is a line of all natural health and wellness products ranging from nutritional products to essential oils.

I normally don’t promote other products on my site, but Zija has really helped me over the past few years, so I want to share my results with my readers. Zija’s Plant Protein Nutritional Supplement Shakes has helped me maintain my weight and sustain my energy level to spend long hours teaching golf and fitness. The Core MORINGA® Supplement products have helped alleviate my allergies to trees pollen.  I developed severe allergies to pollen when I moved to North Carolina 17 years ago.  For years, I would get severe sinus infections caused by the allergies that were debilitating and would require using antibiotics several times a year.  Since using a combination of Zija products, I have reduced my allergies and sinus infections.  I would not recommend Zija products, if I did not fully believe they work.

Disclaimer-I am a Zija Independent Distributor. My opinions are based on my experiences with the products. Your results may be different from mine.

On-Course Golf Tip-The Only Ball Position You Need for Your Driver

For the majority of high-handicap golfers the driver is the most difficult club in the bag to hit because it is the longest club and it has the least amount of loft. It will slice more often than not.

Pros set up with their spine tilted away from target at address, with the ball position more forward in the stance which helps them give the ball a more sweeping blow

As opposed to high-handicappers who may lack strength and mobility in spine and hips and set up too much on top of the ball at address which makes them hit down on the ball.

If you have marks on top on your driver because you have hit down on ball with driver and the ball position is too far back in your stance.

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  1. I struggle with my driver consistency. It use to be my favorite club to hit and never thought twice about it. This past season, I struggled off the tee trying to eek out a few extra yards and developed some habits that have stuck with me. I have taken some lessons and changed my grip to a more neutral set up. Prior, I had a strong grip, which gave me a fairly consistent draw. I want to get back to my “good” drives this season. I work on my take-away daily and timing. This season, I’m also going to be fitted for a driver. Perhaps that might help my consistency. Thanks, Karen.

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