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Want to play better golf?

Been taking lessons but can only get so far? Then you are probably not training your most important piece of equipment.. Your body!

Tiger is the guru, but all top players know the important of fitness for their golf game.

And thats not just any fitness. Golf Fitness is not just swinging a weighted club or going for a run or doing a few stretches.

Fitcorp is the only company in Thailand certified by the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI).

The exercises have been developed with over 12 years of research studying the best golfers in the world and how their body affects their golf swing.

As a TPI certified golf fitness specialist, Daniel has worked with hundreds of golf professionals, amateurs, juniors, women golfers and weekend warriors to help eliminate physical limitations and swing faults for enhanced golf performance. Daniel is responsible for golf fitness and conditioning for the Nick Faldo Series Asia, and work with the Malaysian and Thai Junior teams.

Head over the http://www.bettergolffitness.com and get your FREE report on the most important pre round stretches to help you drive futher!

YOu will also get tips and exercises to improve your golf that you can do at home with no equipment.

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Want to play better golf?

The distance a golfer hits the ball is no measure of the quality of golf, long hitting is not better golf, a players handicap will take care of the distance he hits the ball, better golf is achieved with accurate shots.

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Thats true tgeezer I'm glad you brought that up- more distance is just one factor that determines improved golf. It is however one factor that the majority of golfers strive to do.

Golf fitness focuses on the entire body, conditioning to enhance and improve on specific physical limitations of each individual which are identified during the TPI assessment. Our programs also ensure:

Better Muscle Synchronization

Better Strength at Address

Better Stability

Better Distance

Better Transfer of Power

Better Shoulder Turn

Better Flexibility

Better Golf!

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The key to improving consistency is by training the nervous system and muscular system to produce consistent reproducable swing mechanics.

Getting players into better positions which with poor flexibility through specific swing planes, instability and lack of strength will ultimately lead to poor swing mechanics, reduced power, many swing faults and a poor result.

Correct warm up prior to your round, drills and exercises that dont mimic the golf swing, but work on specific phyical requirements of the sports.

Golf is a very complex sport, and under research and analaysis is similar to that of baseball. Where maximal effort must be exerted at impact for maximum speed, velocity and power.

These all occur through multiple planes of movement, which need to be conditioning accordingly for, as you say, consistency. Which is fundamental to playing better golf.

Correct swing mechanics will also reduce and prevent injuries, be reducing overcomensation lods of weaker more fragile joints that should be under such stress (such as shoulders, lower back and wrists).

Hope that helps!

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Thats true tgeezer I'm glad you brought that up- more distance is just one factor that determines improved golf. It is however one factor that the majority of golfers strive to do.

Golf fitness focuses on the entire body, conditioning to enhance and improve on specific physical limitations of each individual which are identified during the TPI assessment. Our programs also ensure:

Better Muscle Synchronization

Better Strength at Address

Better Stability

I am sure that you are right. I have just put my 'five eggs' forward in the H&F board and couldn't help thinking that you are on an uphill slope with golf; Looking at performance on the golfcourse I think that being a 'lardball' is a positive. Plenty of stability, strength (weight) and a complete lack of flexibility contribute hugely to consistency. At address the arms are nicely 'sandbagged' on the gut gives great 'connection'. I always try to think 'FAT' when I am addressing the ball.

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