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Golf And Your Body - What Science Tells Us

Coach Joey D Jul 10, 2013 7:51:00 AM
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Arguably the most complicated 1.5 seconds in all of sport,

a consistent golf swing requires messaging, feel and feedback through over 40 miles of nerve pathways involving virtually every muscle and joint of the body to create a controlled high speed crash of clubhead and golf ball at over 100 mph.

The brain sends a message, triggering muscles to create movement in just the right sequence backwards and forwards requiring balance for stability and controlled motion at high speed along a precise path.

Because the golf swing happens so quickly, you need to optimize your body for the swing to create a consistent, powerful swing.

After years of experience and proven success on the professional tour, Joey has crystalized and simplified effective movement patterns anyone can use to improve their golf swing. You’ll discover and develop your body for golf by isolating individual motion-parts of the golf swing and putting them to the purposeful work of improving your swing.

Through discovery, awareness, specific movement drills and repetition your brain and body share a series of 'Ah Ha!' moments centered around the single goal of creating the consistent powerful swing you deserve.

Golf Fitness can be confusing. Many players get lost on an endless sea of free tips and advice. In fact, some golf exercise routines can actually reinforce bad habits. As Joey says, “You must engage the brain as part of the body to truly optimize your body for golf and reach your ultimate state of golf fitness. If you don’t know how your golf workouts connect to each part of your swing, you can burn a lot of calories but not play better at all.”


Tour-Proven Methods That Work

Pros like Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka work with Coach Joey D because his approach to golf fitness is beyond ordinary golf exercise. Players trust him to connect brain and body through an organized system of movement patterns that optimize the body for golf. And that means more mobility, flexibility, rotational strength, club head speed, distance, accuracy, consistency, and endurance for any player at every level.

Topics: Golf Fitness