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I am asking this question because we as golfers have limited time and financial resources to put toward getting better at the game we love. Therefore, if we want to improve, it’s necessary to be selective about what we choose to invest in. A common dilemma is whether to upgrade our equipment or invest in our bodies.

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About the Author: Nick is a strength and conditioning coach contracted by PGA Tour Players and national teams to deliver his unique brand of golf fitness services. Nick offers the opportunity to access his knowledge and services to the rest of the golfing world through the following avenues: Articles Golf Fit Pro App (iOS) Online Training This article is co-authored with Anne-Lise Bidou. Anne-Lise is a French physiotherapist (trained in Australia), working on the LPGA Tour. Her current stable of players includes Hannah Green, Lizette Salas, Morgan Pressel, Paula Creamer, Mel Reid, Maria Fassi, Madelene Sagstrom, Mariah Stackhouse, Alena Sharp, Ashleigh Buhai,...

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If you are a working father, I’m willing to bet that over the years, golf and working out have slipped down the priority list a few spots.

While commitments such as work, family, more work and kid’s taxi service have increased, so the time for working on your game and body has dwindled to almost nothing.

This has likely ingrained some poor postural habits and negatively affected your ability to turn in the golf swing.......

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One of the best things about being a support staff member with golf is that the sport has embraced the holistic approach of training and sees that to improve your golf game means taking care of your body. 

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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:

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