The “Most Important Stretch In Golf?” Golf Stretch, Golf Swing Train, Golf Exercise – MISIG – A Device

The “Most Important Stretch In Golf” or MISIG, A DEVICE

By Bernie Fay

www.FeelTheStretch.com

Golf Stretching is one of the most important elements of your golf routine you can do to lower your score. Warming up, repeating the take away, hinging wrist properly, keeping lead arm locked through extension and shoulder turn are the key parts of a better round. Doing repetitious drills creates extraordinary muscle memory, loosens tendons and muscles resulting in a better turn, more degrees out of your back swing, less fatigue and injuries.

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Winter Golf Exercise? Perfecting A GOLF Exercise Is Key And Simple

The “Most Important Stretch In Golf” – A Device.

By Bernie Fay
www.FeelTheStretch.com

Exercising in the winter dramatically increases your chances for a great spring golf game. For me it is critical. Doing push-ups and leg strengthening activities are good, but they suck. Finding a relatively simple golf exercise program that you can do three or four times a week would be great right?

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Winter Golf Swing Training? A DEVICE- Muscle Memory Is Key

The “Most Important Stretch In Golf” A DEVICE

Bernie Fay
www.FeelTheStretch.com

Practicing your golf swing in the winter requires determination — if you live in a cold climate. Freezing temperatures and snow drifts make it hard to get outside to work on your chipping, putting and long shots. Despite that you should resist the urge to put your clubs away until spring. There are lots of drills and techniques you can work on to improve your swing even when it’s cold outside.

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The “Most Important Stretch In Golf?” Golf Stretch, Golf Swing Train, Golf Exercise – MISIG – A Device

The “Most Important Stretch In Golf” or MISIG, A DEVICE

By Bernie Fay
www.FeelTheStretch.com

Golf Stretching is one of the most important elements of your golf routine you can do to lower your score. Warming up, repeating the take away, hinging wrist properly, keeping lead arm locked through extension and shoulder turn are the key parts of a better round. Doing repetitious drills creates extraordinary muscle memory, loosens tendons and muscles resulting in a better turn, more degrees out of your back swing, less fatigue and injuries.

(more…)