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- 15 minute flexibility, mobility, and muscle activation program for you to do every day to improve how you move, not only in your golf swing but in life.
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- Each week there is one movement to take on the course to do throughout your round to keep you moving well to play your best.
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What do you do to get warmed up for your round of golf? If you roll out of the car, pile your wedges together into a heavy wad of steel and swing them around, do some toe touches, and then hope your first ball isn’t a "breakfast ball"; then you need this. If you have a plan for stretching and a whole "warm-up" routine that you do before every round of golf then this will make your "warm-up" more efficient.
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First, let’s redefine warm-up. A ‘warm-up’ sounds so 1982 red polyester track suit.This is movement preparation. Sure there is going to be some stretchy stuff and you are going to increase your body temperature, but let’s think performance. What movements are you going to do to prepare your body to perform to your potential? What movements do you need to get your body ready for golf? Wouldn’t you like to do movement prep that will sharpen your nervous system, making it ready to rotate and explode?Imagine having a plan to prepare your body to perform for your round or practice session. A plan that can also restore muscle length after your round. You know, unwinding your back, unlocking your hips, opening your chest and shoulders to relax your neck. What if this only took 10-15 minutes with no or minimal equipment? Imagine how good you will feel after restoring symmetry and length to all of your muscles. How can you expect to perform on the golf course if you don’t take care of your most valuable piece of equipment (your body) before, during, and after you play; and most importantly throughout the week?
If you are stiff and tight, this is the place to start changing that. If you are young and limber; this is an investment in your future to stay flexible and move well as you age.The Daily Habit is designed to be done not only before and after a round of golf, but as a daily movement practice. With easy to follow videos and written instructions for each movement, you will have clear instructions on what to do and how to do it. Carve out 10-15 minutes each day to make that investment in how your body moves. The Daily Habit is composed of simple, effective exercises that should be done as a daily practice. It will be delivered to your inbox once a week, so we won’t be flooding you with daily emails. You get 4-5 movements to work on for the week, so you can develop proficiency with them. We know it is called the Daily habit, but it comes weekly. That is because you are supposed to do the exercises Daily.
The Daily Habit is an opportunity for learning and you might even be surprised by how much you retain. The Daily Habit will empower you. It will probably happen one morning while you are on the 12th tee box waiting for the fairway to clear and you decide to do some ½ Kneeling Windmills from The Daily Habit three weeks ago because they made your thoracic spine feel open and your hips feel free. The Daily Habit will build your repertoire of how you can move your body. Of course each week will have all the direction you need, but we are always happy to hear about golfers who start thinking for themselves or start sharing what they have been learning with their golf buddies.
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