One thing that all golfers want to do regardless of what they may tell you is improve your game. Some of your friends may tell you that they are content with how they are playing, but in reality almost everyone who plays this fun and crazy game wants to shoot lower golf scores. To do this their are three things that you can do right now to help you play better tomorrow.
Practice recovery shots and shots to get back into play. You want to develop your skills shots such as playing off uphill and downhill lies, out of traps, trees and other tricky places.
Doc went through one of the dusty old boxes that sat on one of the shelves in his garage, it could have been there for decades. It was torn, tattered, water stained and looked to be about 100 years old. As Doc gave it to me, he told me the keys to playing the best golf of my life were inside that old manual. Of course I thought to myself, How could a 100 year old torn and tattered Golf manual help me with my golf game. so of course I took it home and put it on a shelf in my garage to further collect dust for another few years!
I have outlined a few of the sure fire ways for you to not only gain the weight, but actually feel good about working out and the progress you are making.
Secondly, I am not a fan of “high-tech” supplements. As you may have already figured out, most of that garbage does not work. I found through extensive research, as well as personal experience, that the most basic of supplements and vitamins were all that was needed. I am talking about the multi-vitamin. Yes, the multi-vitamin. You can get high qualities multi-vitamins for pretty cheap now and the results will be mind boggling. They have helped with my energy, attention, endurance and over “feeling of health”, which I attribute about 25% of my growth to. Not too bad, huh? Being in the right mood and feeling is key to having a great My golf game. This, with the addition of a cost effective, good quality protein has done wonders for me, and that is an understatement.
These are positions where you get up on tip toes. Cramping in your calves is not something you wish to get. It is very painful and all too easy to experience in your pregnant condition.
I bought the Cleveland Launcher right when it came out for around $400 or so, which only made my slice worse. I bought almost all of the training aids featured on the Golf Channel infomercials. But spending all of this money didn’t help at all. I had to face that fact that I was the key to learning how to cure my slice, not my wallet.