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During a standard strength training session you are resting for around half the time you are in the gym. Don’t be one of these guys.....
Instead, make the most of the rest periods by utilizing them to work on your weaknesses:
This article is for elite amateur golfers and professionals. Once the foundation of physical competence has been laid down through solid gym and posture work, then it’s time to consider what physical characteristics are actually desirable to compete in golf at the highest level.
This article, the last in my five-part series, focuses on the backbone of the golfing population: seniors. The main difference between a younger club golfer and a senior golfer from a lifestyle point of view is that the latter normally has a lot more time to play and practice, which is definitely a positive.
This story is for club golfers. The average club golfer has a handicap of 26.5 if they are female, and 14.3 if they are male. They don’t play a lot of golf and have limited time to practice because of their busy schedules.