Download Karen Jansen’s Cardiogolf Pre-Round Warm-Up Routine.

Download for free, Karen Jansen’s Cardiogolf Pre-Round Warm-Up Routine. This routine will not only loosen up muscles that are chronically tight in golfers, but also helps rehearse and perfect proper swing motion.

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Off to the Driving Range Before Your Round of Golf?

Think Again…

Hitting balls before your round of golf could be making you worse. Re-think the way you warm up, sign up for the Cardiogolf Pre-Round Warm-Up Routine today.

Many golfers think that warming up, for a round of golf, is a few casual stretches then bombing a few drives on the driving range, but this type of warm-up routine could actually be making golfers worse not better.

The purpose of a proper warm up is to increase muscle temperature, which increases blood flow to bring needed oxygen to activate muscles and joints, so that you can take your muscles and joints through full range of motion.

If you attempt to swing a club before a proper warm- up, when your muscles are cold and tight, your body is not ready to hit full shots. Your swing will be incomplete and less than full range, resulting in mis-hits, swing faults and frustration before your round of golf.

If you have ever participated in a sport or some form of exercise class, most likely you performed a 5 to 10-minute warm-up routine before competition or at the beginning of class, right? So why wouldn’t you warm up before a round of golf or a practice session?

The great thing about this warm up is that you can do it at home, if you don’t live too far from the course, in the locker room, on the driving range or even on the first tee and you don’t have to get down on the ground or the wet grass before you play. All you need is a club.