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Cardiogolf 5-Minute Workout Break-Endurance Training for Golfers

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Do the Cardiogolf Pre-Round Warm Up Routine.

Muscular and Cardiovascular Endurance Routine For Golf

10 exercises to increase muscular and cardiovascular endurance Time: 10 to 30 minutes
Intensity: Moderate to Intense

  • We will be doing 10 different exercises that not only tone your muscles, but will help you increase your heart rate to increase your stamina and endurance on and off the golf course.
  • These exercises are meant to be done in succession: follow one after the other with little to no rest in-between each exercise. Work at your own pace. Choose your level of difficulty.
  • Always begin with the Cardiogolf pre-round warm-up routine before doing this or any of the exercise routines.
  • Do each exercise for 1 minute with minimal or no breaks.

Par Level: 10 minutes – Do routine one time
Birdie Level: 20 minutes – Repeat routine twice
Eagle Level: 30 minutes – Repeat routine three times

My friends at GolfGym were inspired by my Cardiogolf program and designed the New GolfGym 23″ Shortee Training Club for my students to practice indoors just like I do in Cardiogolf.

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Cardiogolf-Stop that Slice

If your tendency is to slice,  you are coming over the top on the downswing.  Here’s a drill to help you improve the path of your swing.

Watch the video as Karen and Christina Ricci from More Pars show  you how to stop coming over the top.

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NEWS

Cardiogolf creator and golf performance coach Karen Palacios-Jansen has been named to Golf Digest’s 50 Best Golf-Fitness Professionals in America.  The list, the first of its kind by a fitness- or media company, was compiled by Golf Digest’s expert panel of trainers, chiropractors, physical therapists and doctors who nominated their peers based on their knowledge of the game, their knowledge of exercise physiology and biomechanics, and how they apply both in working with clients.

The list is the December issue of Golf Digest Magazine available on newsstands now.

About Karen Palacios-Jansen

Karen Palacios-Jansen, 2008 LPGA National Teacher of the Year, has been voted “Top 50 LPGA Teacher” and voted to “Golf Digest’s Top 50 Best Golf-Fitness Professionals in America”.

  • LPGA Teaching Master Teaching Professional
  • Vice-President LPGA Teaching and Club Professionals
  • AFAA Certified to Personal and Group Trainer
  • Certified Pilates Trainer
  • Nike Golf Performance Specialist

Karen has her own golf events company-Swing Blade Enterprises in Mooresville, North Carolina. She is a certified personal trainer, a Nike Golf Performance Specialist and Pilates instructor. She developed a golf-specific fitness system called Cardiogolf available online at Cardiogolf.com and on DVD.

As a member of The Nike Golf Advisory Staff, Karen participates in Nike product development and promotions.

Karen has appeared on The Golf Channel and is a regular content contributor to Golf Digest Magazine’s ‘Fitness Friday” column and other online platforms.

A former David Leadbetter trained instructor and Jim McLean Golf School master instructor; Karen has been a member of the LPGA T&CP since 1994.  In 2016, Karen was elected, by her peers, Vice-President of the LPGA T&CP (Ladies Professional Golf Association Teaching and Club Professionals).

Karen, a freelance golf instructional and fitness writer, is formerly the managing editor for Golf Fitness Magazine. Her blog “KPJ Golf” is read by thousands of golfers each week. Karen has spent the last 10 years developing her online and social media presence. She has over 10,000 followers on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram and more than 100,000 views of her online video tips. Her blog, KPJ Golf, ranks 26th out of thousands of golf blogs according to Blog Rank and is ranked among the “Top 50 Golf Blogs” according to Blog Metrics Ranking.

Karen is married to Olympic Gold Medalist speed skater Dan Jansen. Frequently requested as a public speaker and lecturer at golf shows and conferences, Karen has helped thousands of golfers improve their golf games. For more information visit KPJgolf.com.

 

Cardiogolf 1K Practice Swing Challenge Days 17, 18 and 19

 A note from Karen:

The challenge is straightforward-simply make 1000 practice swings during the month to improve your swing technique and increase clubhead speed.  You don’t need to go to the driving range or golf course, you can simply make practice swings in your garage or living room at home a few minutes a day (just make sure that you don’t whack the ceiling or walls!)

If you don’t have enough room to swing a regular club, use a soccer ball or tennis racquet to simulate a golf club.

Days 17, 18 and 19
Anti-Slice Set-Up
Over the next few days as you do your practice swings, concentrate on making sure that your set up for success.  Try this anti-slice drill.

Break it Down-make 30 practice swings a day for 30 days and you will have made 900 swings over the course of a month.  Okay, so it is not exactly a 1000 swings, but close enough (if you really want to get technical, you’ll have to take 33.3333 swing per day to reach 1000 practice swings).  The amount is not the point, the point is to be consistent with your practice; take a few minutes out of your day to work on your golf swing and get some exercise.

Take the challenge with me.  Email me at info@cardiogolf.com or post a note  on my Facebook page letting me know that you are up for the challenge.  Feel free to post pictures of yourselves practicing.  I will post reminders and more tips this month to help you achieve your goal of 1000 practice swings this month.

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Vitalize Your Game-Anti-Slice Drill

A slice (when the ball curves left to right for a right-handed golfer), in golf,  is one of the most common swing ailments.   The slice most commonly occurs when the clubface is open relative to the swing path and/or when the swing follows an “out to in” or “over the top” swing path.  The shoulders are open to the target line at the moment of impact as in the photo to the far left.

Many times a slicer opens up the shoulders too quickly on the downswing causing the clubhead to tip over and cut across the intended target line.  This path, of ‘outside to in’, combined with an open clubface at impact will cause the ball to spin from left to right.

To counter this move, try hitting some shots with a closed stance.

Anti-Slice Drill-

  1. Place a club or alignment stick on the ground to represent your target line.
  2. Set up to hit a normal shot where your stance is ‘square’ to the target line as in the middle photo.
  3. Slide your right foot back, so that the toe of the right foot is in line with the heel of the left foot (for the right-handed golfer), thus closing your stance, as in the far right photo.
  4. Swing normally and hit a shot.

Closing your stance will do a couple of things:

  1. It will help you create a more powerful turn.
  2. A closed stance will help the club path to stay more on line or even a little inside the line so that you can rotate the clubface through impact and hit a shot with more ‘right to left’ spin.