"Ignorance is no longer Bliss"

Posted by: MGF

Golf can be the most frustrating of sports. There are many elements to master, and one cannot afford not to utilise the various mediums available to gain improvement. Everyone is looking to improve, to have that vital edge over the opposition. One thing is certain, there is no easy fix.

 

But the individual can see an immense improvement in their game by: addressing a often overlooked factor Golf fitness. 

So before you yawn and say I`ve heard it all before, think on this: 

Have you ever applied yourself in the correct manner? 

Have you really looked into golf fitness and studied the various techniques that can improve your game? Probably not.

 

There is a great deal of misinformation and technical jargon out there. It can difficult to understand but if you wish to improve your game then getting to grips with the basics is vitally important. The incorporation of certain facts regarding the way your body works could be pivotal in obtaining the best results from your fitness regime. Golf is golf, fantastic and frustrating at the same time, but this has not altered the games standing as the most popular global sport. But one must look at the aspects of the game and realise that the ignorance we have all shown has to be addressed. If we want to improve and get the most from our golf game golf fitness has got to play a part.

 

An unpleasant scenario could be that your regular playing partner has been improving speedily when you are stuck in a rut. For years you have been on a par but now the swine is taking all the plaudits. Yes you are trying so hard but the same mistakes are prevalent. So how is he doing it?

 

More importantly why aren`t you? Chances are he has taken golf fitness advice, his game has improved and thus he is confident and assured.

 

So if you want to keep abreast of the competition or even be the one that everyone compliments on your improvement you have to open your eyes and address the situation.

 

A golf fitness program is not only considered to be essential for the professional game but for anyone that is serious about golf and the search for improvement. Such improvement is dependent on a certain level of fitness and the amount of time you can dedicate to practice and analysis.

 

No one would expect the everyday golfer to be able to devote countless hours at the gym or to beat the pavements on a ten hour jog. What is easily expected is simple techniques that can highlight deficiencies in your body and address these to maximise potential. And, hey, it is good for you as well, though not quite as important as the thirty yards on the drive.

 

Who ever said ignorance is bliss never understood the dynamics of golf!