Susan Hill

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    Comment to Topic Posted by Susan Hill › Integrate Dynamic Stretching Into Your Pre-Round Routine
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      Susan Hill is a CHEK Golf Biomechanic, Sports Nutritionist and President of FitnessforGolf.com, a private, member聮s only, online golf fitness website dedicated to the improvement of golfers worldwide. If you are looking for ways to increase your endurance on the course, then visit www.fitnessforgolf.com.
  • 1 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Susan Hill › Integrate Dynamic Stretching Into Your Pre-Round Routine
  •   聲Increases muscle coordination

      聲Promotes a more fluid and natural golf swing

      聲Increases neuromuscular coordination

      聲Increases level of golf performance

      聲Allows you to feel more free through the full range of movement

      Take time to prepare your body for golf and you'll notice a significant difference in your playing ability.
  • 1 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Susan Hill › Integrate Dynamic Stretching Into Your Pre-Round Routine
  •   聲Improves distance, power, accuracy and consistency

      聲Reduces the incidence and severity of low back pain

      聲Improves your power in explosive activities

      聲Improves circulation and blood flow

      聲Relieves muscle soreness after intense physical activity

      聲Improves posture and muscle balance
  • 1 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Susan Hill › Integrate Dynamic Stretching Into Your Pre-Round Routine
  •   The ultimate goal is to increase the functional range of motion around the joints affecting the golf swing. Limited range of motion contributes to improper mechanics, fatigue, and injury. Here is a comprehensive list of benefits you聮ll see by increasing your flexibility through a regular stretching program.

      聲Increases range of motion allowing you to stretch and reach further
  • 1 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Susan Hill › The Golf Channel is Thriving
  •   Improving the condition of your body can do more than you can imagine giving you more powerful and consistent swings. Add fitness to your bag and you聮ll be surprised at the results.

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  • 1 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Susan Hill › The Golf Channel is Thriving
  •   The same is true for amateur and recreational players. By maintaining a regular exercise routine that includes strength, balance, and flexibility training, the body is ready when you hit the course. Conditioning can take you to the next level. Power, stamina, and consistency can all be improved by regular exercises targeted for the movements required in the golf swing.
  • 1 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Susan Hill › The Golf Channel is Thriving
  •   All professional players understand that the complexity of the golf swing places many demands on the body. Pros like Tiger Woods, Annika Sorenstam, Vijay Singh, and many others are spending time to improve strength, flexibility and balance to stay on top of their performance. If the body is not conditioned for these demands, then the swing suffers. This is one of their secrets to smoother swings, hitting longer drives, and nerves of steel. Their body is regularly conditioned to produce the performance they want on the course.
  • 1 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Susan Hill › Perform Better Golf In 30 Days
  •   Susan Hill is a nationally recognized fitness trainer, CHEK golf biomechanic and sports nutrition specialist. For more information on golf specific nutrition, exercises or stretches, visit http://www.fitnessforgolf.com
  • 1 Years Ago

    Comment to Topic Posted by Susan Hill › Perform Better Golf In 30 Days
  •   Your body and your mind have to be alert and functioning properly to be able to endure the elements you are faced with in practice and on the course.

      Make a 30 day commitment to a better body and better round of golf. By the end of this summer, you should see a big difference in how you play and be more enthused to make these changes permanently.
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    Comment to Topic Posted by Susan Hill › Perform Better Golf In 30 Days
  •   1.Eat 5 to 6 small meals and snacks daily. Think small portions, evenly spaced out over the day and evening.

      2.Drink lots of water. It makes you feel full and helps with weight loss.

      3.Try balanced portions. Pick up a small source of protein (lean meats, nuts, yogurt, etc.), carbohydrate (vegetables, fruits) and fat.
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