You Won’t Believe…How the Lives and Games of These Players Changed
Meet Michael, Handicap 9.2, Age 62
What I have learned was that my flexibility is super poor. Even though I knew a lot about some parts of being in shape – when it came to golf – I couldn’t do it on my own.
I began looking for a program to get me to the next level. I have been exploring a myriad of avenues including this and the Titleist Institute to name a couple. I am a very dedicated and competitive kind of guy and would push to limit to get all that I can achieve. What I have found out in my pursuit of better fitness is that most folks outside golf don’t have a clue on golf specific exercise and diets for golfers.
I want to take my game to the next level and be able to compete in senior events in my area. To do this I am going to have to rely on increasing my strength and flexibility to achieve this goal.
6 Weeks Later…
“My Shoulder Turn Improved
about 30-40% At Least!”
I really got a lot more flexible. My shoulder turn improved about 30-40% at least. My hip rotation really improved also. I learned that my glutes, hip flexors, and hamstrings had a whole lot more to do with golf than I had ever imagined.
I had never viewed stretching as a way to make my body feel better and or feel more alive. I had always viewed stretching as something to warm up with. The wholeness of stretching improved my wellness feeling immensely. I just feel better now – bottom line.
I think I mentioned that I had lost a lot of weight recently and also while I did this program lost about another 6 lbs. I would tell golfers this really works because it will free you up to be a better golfer. I never thought that my lower body had me tied up in knots – I thought my shoulders, arms and back caused all the problems. So this gives me a whole other focus than before. I am absolutely sure that this program will work for anyone who will take the time to make it work.
Meet JP, Handicap 12, Age 59
In order to improve my golf, I recently took some golf lessons. Guess what, they have modified part of my swing. I know practice will most probably bring the results I am looking for. Yet my new and improved back swing has created back and side muscles pain, every time I play a round. I suppose at a certain age the body does not always follow the mind :-).
After reading the article on the trial, I saw the solution for my body to catch-up. I can assure you that I will be very motivated to test the training. The once a week golf requires a healthy body and you can count on me to follow the instructions you will provide.
Golf season is short in Canada and therefore I am anxious to get going.
6 Weeks Later…
“I Can Definitely Confirm that I Make a Better Shoulder Turn Resulting in an Increase in Drive Distance”
I can definitely confirm that I make a better turn which has resulted in an increase in my driving distance (avg. 7 to 10 yards). I also feel less tired at the end of a round resulting in less mishits and more consistency overall.
Overall better resistance and flexibility. My legs are less tired at the end and I can maintain my rhythm. I also have less back pressure or pain (when putting) and seem to be recuperating faster from the efforts.
Meet Stephen, Handicap 21, Age 59
I will be 59 this summer. My handicap as of today is 21. I want to be part of this experiment because I am ready to play the best golf of my life. You can see from the pictures below that I have already made the commitment to my body. I have lost 50 lbs and have kept it off for a full year. My plan is to continue my commitment for the rest of my life and as a by product, improve my game. My goal is a single digit handicap.
6 Weeks Later…
“I Have Been Striking the Ball More Crisply…with Greater Flexibility in My Hips…”
I found my core strength improved. This was evident in my increased ability to stay stable in my lower body during the backswing and the initial transition move. I have been striking the ball more crisply.
I have experienced greater flexibility in my hip pelvis region. I am hitting the ball higher than I have in quite some time.
Thank you for including me in your program.
Heather, Handicap 6, Age 18
I am 18 years old from Fort Worth, Texas. I just graduated from high school and am going to Missouri State University (MSU) in the fall on a golf scholarship. This challenge interests me because I really enjoy working out and taking advantage of using physical fitness to help my golf game.
I am a six handicap and my ultimate goal is to help MSU win a conference championship and make it to the NCAA championship. Also, I have strength issues due to building up some muscles and not others. So I have a few imbalances that I would like to get rid of via strength training. I am willing to do the work I just need the proper workouts that will benefit my golf game.
6 Weeks Later…
“My Abs and Low Back are Stronger than Ever so I Don’t Have to Swing as Hard”
I’ve been having some hip-related issues that have significantly limited my golf game. Previously, if I had played golf I could not finish 18 holes due to the exhaustion in my hips and hip muscles. However, five weeks into this program I went out and played 18 easily and with very limited pain. The stretches really helped loosen up my hips and the strength program helped rebuild the muscles that previously fatigued surrounding my hips.
Overall just the general feeling of health I have gained from this program is really amazing. My abs and low back are stronger than ever so I don’t have to swing as hard to still be able to get the results I need.
If you want longer, more controlled drives and more distance control with your irons then this workout program is the way to go. With no pressure to swing hard due to your trust in your body’s physical fitness then there is peace standing over the ball and therefore better results.
Meet Kathy, Handicap 31, Age 65
I’d like to to be a part of this experiment because I’d like to play better golf. I have a pretty good swing, but not lots of distance. I putt pretty well and it saves me a lot of grief, but I think I can play better than I always do. Some days I shoot in the mid 90s and other days it’s not so good. I want consistency and I believe with better fitness I would be.
I think you should choose me because there a lots of older women out there playing golf and we’d like to not be ignored for younger and perhaps what you folks might think more interesting projects. It’s important for older men and women to keep active and golf is one of the greatest ways I can think of to do that. I’ve been playing off and on since I was twelve, but never got the chance to really get into it like I can now.
Lots of my friends are in the same boat. I have the time and the inclination to give it a real go now.
6 Weeks Later…
“The Exercises Have Really Helped with
Turning All the Way Through”
Just a note to let you know how thankful I am. Luckily our weather is still pretty nice and we played golf today. I shot a 99 which is outstanding for me. I’m still doing all those great exercises and they’ve helped a lot. I’ve been working on a better follow through, so I’m not hitting it to the right so much. The exercises have helped me with turning all the way through.
Your results are waiting….Maybe it’s time you get started on your program today.