For example; A study performed at the South Shore YMCA evaluated the effect of an 8-week strength and flexibility training program on physical fitness and golf performance in adults.
The 17 participants performed 15 standard strength exercises and 6 basic stretches three times a week.
The golfers who trained improved in all of their fitness measurements:
56% improvement in muscle strength
24% increase in hip and shoulder flexibility
4.1-lb. increase in lean weight
3.0-lb. decrease in fat weight
5% increase in clubhead speed
These golfers confirmed the improvement in their driving power during the following season with consistently longer drives.The group of 5 control subjects who were tested but did not participate in the program recorded the same mean club head speed before and after the 8-week program
And there are dozen of studies like this…
You see, golf lessons alone will not give you the swing you desire because you will have weaknesses and limitations, so no matter how hard you try, you fail at many significant improvements to your sequence and struggle to see the accuracy and distance results.
However, you don’t need to spend hours in the gym, you don’t need to train like an Olympian to see significant results either. (Of course, a healthy, strong body and fitness for lifestyle will help you on a variety of levels in your life as well as golf). All I am saying is, even investing a small bit of time the right way, a golfer can play and feel better.
With intelligent choices of swing improvement drills 15
and quality exercises, you can achieve great results in under 15 minutes a day.
You see your body still controls the golf club and with the right moves and exercises we can educate your muscles and free you up by being more mobile and agile to move the directions we want for a good golf swing.
With the right type of training your swing will do it automatically saving you thousands of hours and headaches.
This is why a realistic hybrid structure was called for and has proven to be so very successful, not just in results but in compliance by the golfers.