- Posted April 18, 2014 by
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Dr. Stewart Sanders San Diego Golf Fitness Specialist | Tiger Proved It – To Play Better, Work On Your Physical Fitness
If a player wants to improve their game, work on their physicality must be included in their training.
A golf coach can help a lot but can only do so much. Unfortunately, people think that working with a golf coach is all that is needed to improve their shot performance or get rid of their aches and pains. Instruction is only as good as one’s physical ability. If someone doesn’t have the flexibility, strength, or stability, then they are stuck. One needs to have the physical ability to swing the golf club efficiently.
Though golf fitness and medical programs are structured around golf and the golf swing, there are benefits that extend beyond golf. Clients will notice improved mobility and strength during regular daily activities. Having a structured fitness program is important for everybody and is a foundation for general health and well-being. The personalized golf fitness program will allow people to improve their health and fitness in a structured and fun way.
Dr. Sanders says “I enjoy seeing people reach their goals and I feel fortunate to be in a position to help them in their efforts.”
Having good strength, stability, and mobility allows one to have proper body mechanics and efficiency of movement if they are playing golf or just doing household chores. Proper body conditioning is a pillar to good health.
In choosing a golf fitness specialist to add to your golf coaching team it’s important to find someone who is passionate about what they do and willing to do what they can to help.
It is important that the coaches work as a team in helping their client reach his/her goals and enjoy their golf game more. The program they develop depends on your specific physical limitations. Some may need flexibility while others may need more strength and stability. At that point the golfer must dedicate themselves to the appropriate exercise routine to improve their swing mechanics. Follow that with appropriate rest, eat right, and stay hydrated.
Published physical therapists, certified athletic trainers, physicians, and chiropractors; Medical professionals associated with the world re-known Titleist Performance Institute have led the way in the field of golf fitness. Among those include world famous orthopedic physician Dr. James Andrews, physical therapists Dr. Michael Voight and Gray Cook and chiropractor Dr. Greg Rose.
You can see more from Dr. Stewart Sanders http://www.health-beauty.sandiegoprofessionaljournal.com/dr-stewart-sanders/
or the website http://golfperformanceclinic.com