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What Are The Best Golf Fitness Program For Women
by Sanu Francis Dutta

Golf fitness exercises could possibly be beneficial for the woman golfer in terms of improving the basics of the swing, rotation in the backswing, speed development in the downswing, and a persistent finish position. Learn how golf fitness exercises can benefit the woman golfer. Lowering scores and making the game more enjoyable.

It is well known in professional golf how integral golf fitness exercises are for success at the highest levels. Men on the PGA Tour and women on the LPGA Tour understand the advantages and benefits of golf fitness exercises in achieving success. Away from the circles of top-notch players many questions exist about golf fitness exercises. Questions such as; what are the best exercises to enhance golf fitness levels, are flexibility exercises and stretches quicker than other forms of golf fitness exercises, and what are the benefits of golf fitness exercises for the woman golfer?

These and quite a few questions surround the matter of golf fitness. This post is to show some answers for you on the topic of golf fitness exercises for woman. It has been well documented in magazines and television how LPGA women such as Karrie Webb utilize fitness programs to take advantage of their play on the course. Is there really a big difference between the LPGA player and the amateur woman in the context of golf fitness training? The answer is no. Yes, the women on the LPGA Tour are the best women golfers on the globe, but the physiology of the LPGA player and amateur are the same. The skeletal, muscular, and neural systems are the same.

The experienced player has the same number of muscles in their bodies as the amateur. The woman's professional player has got the same skeletal structure just like the female amateur, and nervous system as well. Granted the LPGA player has more refined and efficient swing mechanics, but the body is the same.

Having been a result of body happens to be the same, the principles and structure of a golf fitness program fo all woman is almost the same. Before discussing the specifics of a program for women it is needed to understand a handful important principles. The first principle to grasp about a fitness program is sports specific. Sports specific is a term describing the variety of training applied to a golf fitness program. Sport specific training simply states the system utilized by the woman athlete is concentrating on improving them in their chosen sport.

The second principle is linked with sports specific training is cross specificity training. Cross specificity training is the utilization of exercises in order to develop the woman golfer in the positions, movements, and actions incorporated in the golf swing. The aim of cross specificity training is a exchange of training effect onto the field of competition. Fundamentally, a transfer of training effect is the capability of exercises utilized to train the woman golfer having a direct benefit on their performance on the course.

Just for instance, golf flexibility exercises will effort to improve the flexibility inside the player. As the player improves their flexibility parameters in relation to the swing. She might be able to generate a bigger shoulder turn, which can certainly increase the distance of her drives. This benefit is an example of a transfer of training effect into the golf course.

In conclusion, the three principles which help in the creation of a golf fitness program for women are; sports specific, cross specificity training, and transfer of training effect. Many additional principles exist that are used as guidelines in the development of a fitness program, but these are three crucial ones.

Beyond the principles governing the development of a golf fitness program for woman. Specific physical components inside the body are required inner of the body to execute the golf swing correctly. Remember, it's the body performing the biomechanics of the swing. To ensure that the swing to be executed correctly and efficiently certain levels of flexibility, balance, strength, endurance, and power are required. These tend to be the most important physical components within the golfer a fitness program looks to develop and enhance in the context of the golf swing.

The swing requires your body to proceed through a long range of motion for an efficient movement to create. A considerable amount of this is contingent upon the ability of the core to coil and uncoil during the swing. In order for these two bio-mechanical actions to create efficiently, the creation of proper flexibility in the core is important.

We utilize flexibility exercises that are cross-specific to the movements in the swing to produce flexibility. Almost all of these flexibility exercises are rotational and dynamic.

The swing is basically a dynamic movement, indicating that the body is in constant motion. It is crucial to form a range of motion in a dynamic instead of just a static (not moving) method. The target of these exercises is to develop a range of motion in the core for the golf swing. Flexibility is truly the first physical component requiring development within the woman golfer.

A person should maintain, dynamically, a well balanced body through the entire entire swing. Most of us have hit balls at the range and realize what happens when we don't remain balanced during the swing. Improving the balance and stabilization capabilities of the core could result in a far better golf swing. Better Balance equals a Better Swing. Even subtle movements are steadiness killers; thus we must develop as well as maintain balance for a consistent swing.

Balance is directly connected to the efficiency of the nervous system and strength of the muscular system collaborating. The creation of greater balance in the core and swing is the result of two kinds of specific exercise.

- The very first challenges the nervous system creating greater efficiency.

- The other are exercises that create increased strength in the core.

Incorporating both of these types of exercises permit for the body to maintain posture, promote efficient weight transfer, and build power in the swing.

The outcome a more consistent, accurate, and powerful swing. This is basically the second component included with a golf fitness program.

Do not forget that the golf swing is a tedious movement. The mechanics of the swing repeat with each stroke. This technique can be repeated thousands of times in a round of golf. Ever go to the range and hit two buckets of balls? Sooner or later the body starts to drain, and shots scatter.

Proper strength training enables us to repeat a sound swing. We produce this through a sequence of exercises developing endurance in the overall body. This nets us a consistent swing through eighteen holes. Increasing endurance results to lower scores. This is actually the third physical factor of the golf fitness program for women.

Club head speed is a component of power. The more power created by the body, the more speed at which a club head impacts the ball.

More power to the ball equals longer drives. Developing top levels of power inside the muscular system of the body is attained across the implementation of power exercises. These kinds of exercise assist in creating higher power outputs of the muscles engaged with the golf swing. Power training is the last component present in a golf fitness program for women.

Overall a golf fitness program for the LPGA or amateur woman golfer is comparatively the same. Golf exercises for the woman golfer are sports specific. The exercises are cross-specific to the actions, positions, and necessities of the swing.

The exercises within a woman's golf fitness program induce a transfer of training effect on a course. The swing requires certain stages of flexibility, balance, strength, endurance, and power to execute correctly. A golf fitness program for women will look to boost these physical parts of the body. The final product is an improved swing equating to lower scores and a lot more enjoyment on the Golf course.


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