How A Golf Fitness Book Can Transform Your Game
There are so many “so-called” golf fitness books on the market; but when you open them up you see dozens of pictures of golf models sitting on exercise machines in the gym.
This is NOT a golf fitness book, this is a book pertaining to “general” fitness, but with the title revised to catch the golfer’s eye. In my mind, this is a little deceptive and can frustrate the consumer.
When I was doing research for my golf fitness book (manual) I was extremely disappointed. Having been a certified fitness professional for over 20 years and specifically working with golfers the last 10 years I was expecting some good body’s of knowledge on the subject.
I was extremely let down and even felt like I wasted my money getting them. This motivated me to put together my golf fitness book (manual) so that a golfer of any age or fitness level could apply it immediately.
What are the components of a complete golf fitness book?
The golf fitness book should cover strength specific to golf, flexibility, aerobic conditioning (endurance) and nutrition.
These components should be directed at a golfer, not a person looking to build or tone muscles or just improve their physical fitness.
It should also discuss starting points for golfers at every age and fitness level. Have a golf fitness evaluation right in the book to determine your ‘current’ fitness level and ultimately your starting point.
That way you are sure what you are doing is the ‘right’ thing that will help your game not hurt it.
I think that’s the biggest concern for any golfer is not knowing where to start and making sure whatever he or she does will be right for them.
Secondly the golf fitness book should be able to discuss the direct benefits of any exercise to their golf swing. It’s motivating to read why you would do a certain exercise if you can see how it will benefit your game.
And lastly, a golf fitness book should have progressive golf fitness exercises and complete programs to take you to the ‘next level’. I’ve seen so many books that have “general” exercises (not golf-specific) that have no sense of format or progression. This would leave you frustrated and not knowing where to start or progress.
So next time you go to a bookstore or get online and do a search for golf fitness book, make sure to thoroughly review the explanation and chapters to reassure you are doing the right thing.
You can quickly transform your game with the right golf fitness book.