How golf fitness training can prevent swing-related pain and injury

August 04, 2020 06:06 AM

Most pain associated with golf is not from a one-off incident. The repetitive nature of the golf swing places constant stress on specific areas of your body. And if your body isn’t prepared to handle that repetitive twisting, torque, and force, you will be more susceptible to prolonged pain or injury. That’s why GOLFFOREVER created the first-of-its-kind program focused on building strength, mobility, and flexibility—targeting areas of your body that will have a direct impact on your performance as a golfer. By being proactive and committing to a simple 15-minute daily routine, you will be on your way to playing better golf without the vast majority of aches, pains, and injuries you may have experienced in the past.

Key Points:

  • Most pain associated with golf is not from a one off incident, but rather from repetitive motions.
  • Prepare your body for repetitive motion by building strength and mobility in the right areas to avoid pain and injury.
  • Commit to 15 minute per day to prevent golf-related aches, pains, and injuries.

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All GOLFFOREVER content and exercises are presented with the expressed understanding that you should visit a doctor to determine the cause of any pain you may be feeling and in some rare cases that can include cancer, fractures, infection and more. It should also be understood that you are strongly advised to first receive clearance from a physician before following any exercises or advice presented on this site, and that Morning Read and its partner, GOLFFOREVER, are not liable for any injuries that may occur.

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