How to Be Like Brooks-Brooks Koepka’s Golf Swing Powered by Fitness

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According to interviews, Brooks Koepka, back to back winner of PGA Championship and US Open, values his work in the gym just as much as his work on the range. 

“In an average day, I’m spending about four to five hours just on my body,” Koepka told Men’s Health in an interview. “I think any professional athlete has to (take care of their body).”
Brooks typical workout is split up by a bout of cardio, a lifting session focused on a certain area of his body, and lots of stretching and swing drill work.  Hey, that’s exactly what we do in Cardiogolf. In Cardiogolf, we combine endurance, strength and stretch with swing drill work.  Now if we did it 5 hours a day, we would be just like Brooks.
Professional golfers know the importance of athletic development for golf. As a recreational golfer, you may not have the time to train like an elite athlete, but by simply adding a few swing drills into your daily routine, you can dramatically improve your game. And you don’t have to go to the golf course or driving range, you can do these exercises at home with the Cardiogolf Slope and Shortee Training Club.

Professional golfers know the importance of athletic development for golf. PGA Tour Professional Kyle Reifers uses Cardiogolf to work on his game and body off the course.

About Cardiogolf
The Cardiogolf workout routines are based on ‘interval circuit training’ or HIIT (high intensity interval training) where the golfers do a variety of exercises or a “circuit”. Cardiogolf provides simple fitness routines that exercises combining cardiovascular endurance and strength exercises with golf- specific exercises and drills.
Consult the Cardiogolf Slope Manual for more details.
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