Posts Tagged ‘golf fitness’

Your Foursome Is Laughing At You

You are a long time golfer, looking forward to another year of hopes and dreams but you are frustrated with your high scores.  You are told the definition of insanity is making the same swing over and over again and expecting different results. But you don’t know what can be done.

The advice from your buddies doesn’t work. The magazines and YouTube videos make no sense and the $59.95 swing trainer you bought collects dust in the basement.

Look, it’s not your fault. Those results are in the past. It is time to move on and remain positive and focused.

Take Big Joe for example.  Joe is not really a big guy, but the members of his foursome gave him that name because of his big drives.  You see, it wasn’t all that long ago that Big Joe was also a 20 handicap. He had been reading all the magazines and getting advice from his buddies.

Finally he decide d to meet with PGA Golf Guru Scott Seifferlein. It was his one last attempt at sanity on the golf course. He vowed to quit the game forever if he could not find the answer from Scott.

He was asking, how do I hit the ball farther?

How do I hit more fairways? Scott took one look and immediately discovered Joe had been following the lousy advice from the magazines and from his friends.

Scott explained to Joe that “It doesn’t have to be this way”.

Within a few swings the results immediately changed. And they changed dramatically.

Joe stopped seeing his ball slice weakly off to the right and he began to see drives that are more powerful down the middle.

Joe feels much better about himself.

You want these same results.

How do you get them?

Download your 3 free golf gifts at 3 Golf Gifts

After you download your gifts,  you will see a short form to fill out.

In that form you will be able to share the details about your golf game and we will get back to you soon about a game plan to hit longer drives and more fairways just like Big Joe!

Your Partner In Golf Success,

 

Scott Seifferlein

P.S. Listen to others who had similar results like Joe- Golfer Results

P.P.S. You want these same results.

How do you get them? Download your 3 free golf gifts at 3 Golf Gifts

After you download your gifts, you will see a short form to fill out. In that form you will be able to share the details about your golf game and we will get back to you soon about a game plan to hit longer drives and more fairways just like Big Joe!

 

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Golf Fitness Adventure- The Finale

Week 8, The Finale, of the Titleist Performance Institute 8 week home training course has been completed.

As mentioned previously, I have been assigned with 4 exercises to do each week. Some on a daily

basis and some on an every other day basis. The major challenge has been adding 20 minutes to my

16 hour day. I “likes me sleep”.

After 8 weeks I was re-tested with the following results:

My lat flexibility increased by 15 degrees in the left shoulder and 12 degrees in the right shoulder.

Glute strength improved by a half level on a five level scale.

Not bad considering I did not fully implement the suggested reps for all four exercises.

After the re-evaluation I was given 3 more stealth golf fitness exercises of which I have

been sworn to secrecy. To find out what they are you will need to get your own personalized golf

fitness program at:

The Center for Physical Rehabilitation, 1195 Wilson Ave., NW Walker, MI 49534 616.784.1450, www.pt-cpr.com

http://www.grandrapidsgolflesson.com

Golf Fitness Adventure Part 4

Week 7 of the Titleist Performance Institute 8 week home training course has been completed.

As mentioned previously, I have been assigned with 4 exercises to do each week. Some on a daily

basis and some on an every other day basis. The major challenge has been adding 20 minutes to my

16 hour day. I “likes me sleep”.

Here is the 4th of the four assigned exercises.

Hip Hikers:

Begin drill by standing on the edge of a box or step with your left leg and foot overhanging. The right foot should be as close to the edge as possible. Using a stick

or wall to hold onto for stabilization, begin drill by squaring hips and torso straight ahead. Next, begin to lower left hip towards the ground in a slow and controlled manner. Once your hip has dropped all the way down, slowly raise (hike) the hip upwards as high as you can go. Repeat both legs/hips in this manner while maintaining your square hip and torso position throughout the entire range of motion.

   

Do 2 sets until fatigued.  2 to 4 times per week.

*This TPI Golf Fitness Exercise may not be for you. To get your own personalized golf

fitness program contact Matt Miller at:

The Center for Physical Rehabilitation, 1195 Wilson Ave., NW Walker, MI 49534 616.784.1450, www.pt-cpr.com

http://www.grandrapidsgolflesson.com

Golf Fitness Adventure Part 3

Week 5 of the Titleist Performance Institute 8 week home training course has been completed.

As mentioned previously, I have been assigned with 4 exercises to do each week. Some on a daily

basis and some on an every other day basis. The major challenge has been adding 20 minutes to my

16 hour day. I “likes me sleep”.

Here is the 3rd of the four assigned exercises.

Reverse Ab Ball Lifts:

This exercise is meant to be done with a physioball.  The pictures you see here are done without one because, A. I don’t have one, and B. You probably don’t either.

Lie down on your back and place your legs over the ball or up in the air as you see in picture one. With your hands on the floor bring your knees up as you see in picture two.  If you are working with a physioball, pick the ball up off the ground by squeezing it between your hamstrings and feet and using your abdominals to lift your knees toward your stomach.

     

Do 3 to 4 sets of 12 reps.  2 to 4 times per week.

*This TPI Golf Fitness Exercise may not be for you. To get your own personalized golf

fitness program contact Matt Miller at:

The Center for Physical Rehabilitation, 1195 Wilson Ave., NW Walker, MI 49534 616.784.1450, www.pt-cpr.com

http://www.grandrapidsgolflesson.com

Golf Fitness Adventure Part 2

Week 3 of the Titleist Performance Institute 8 week home training course has come and gone.

As mentioned previously, I have been assigned with 4 exercises to do each week. Some on a daily

basis and some on an every other day basis. The major challenge has been adding 20 minutes to my

16 hour day. I “likes me sleep”.  Here is the 2nd of the four assigned exercises.

The Reach Roll Lift Up. The toughest of the four for me. You start by kneeling on the ground and

sitting back onto your heels. Place both arms on the floor and in front of you and reach out as far

as you can. Roll your palm to the sky, and then try to lift your arm up off the floor. Make sure you

only lift your arm, not your trunk. Repeat on the other side. Start with 2 sets of 20 reps two to four

times a week. As you gain strength add 3 to five pound weights.

 

*This TPI Golf Fitness Exercise may not be for you. To get your own personalized golf

fitness program contact Matt Miller at:

The Center for Physical Rehabilitation, 1195 Wilson Ave., NW Walker, MI 49534 616.784.1450, www.pt-cpr.com

 

http://www.grandrapidsgolflesson.com

 

Golf Fitness Adventure Part 1

Week 1 of the Titleist Performance Institute 8 week home training course has come and gone.

As mentioned previously, I have been assigned with 4 exercises to do each week. Some on a daily

basis and some on an every other day basis. The first week presented some challenges as I was

reminded that my schedule of working 16 hours a day is not conducive to fitting in time to

exercise. I managed a good work out on Sunday and Monday, but worked late Tuesday through

Saturday. Here is one of the four assigned exercises.

A basic hamstring stretch with leg raise, this stretch is held for 30 to 45 seconds, two

to three times on both sides twice daily. The leg raises are done slowly during the

stretch and one can typically get in 8 or 9 leg raises during the 30 to 45 second stretch.

 

*This TPI Golf Fitness Exercise may not be for you. To get your own personalized golf

fitness program contact Matt Miller at:

The Center for Physical Rehabilitation, 1195 Wilson Ave., NW Walker, MI 49534 616.784.1450, www.pt-cpr.com

 

http://www.grandrapidsgolflesson.com