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Cardiogolf’s Shortee Tutorial

Professional golfers know the importance of athletic development for golf. As a recreational, you may not have the time to train like an elite athlete, but by simply adding a few swing drills into your daily routine, you can dramatically improve your game.  And you don’t have to go to the golf course or driving range, you can do these exercises at home.

How to Set-Up to Shortee Club

Introducing the New GolfGym 23″ Shortee Training Club. Great for indoor swing training and off-season conditioning.

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.

In Cardiogolf class, I use short practice clubs to do exercises and swing drills.  The club is short for a couple of reasons:

  • the short club is easy to swing indoors without hitting the walls or ceilings
  • the clubhead is closer to your hands, so it is easy to monitor the clubface and learn how to square the face at impact
  • since you are not hitting balls with the short club, there is no judgement of where the ball goes, so you can work on your technique without getting frustrated
  • the club is lighter than a regular club, so you can learn to swing the club faster to develop clubhead speed

Making practice swings will not only tone your muscle and burn some calories, but the act of swinging over and over again can help you improve your swing technique and improve muscular endurance.

Our practice swings are usually smoother, longer and more on-plane with better tempo than our real swings.  As you make practice swings, you can focus on making certain motions to improve technique such as making a fuller shoulder turn, keeping your spine angle throughout the swing and shifting your weight correctly.

As you make practice swings, you can swing faster than you usually do to help you get used to swinging faster to improve clubhead speed. As you make practice swings, you can work on certain moves in your swing without worrying where the ball is going.

A few things to think about while you are making your practice swings…

  • Look down at where a ball would be and try to simulate hitting a ball as much as possible
  • Work on your swing fundamentals.  Monitor your posture, alignment, ball position and grip to make sure they are correct
  • Keep your head level throughout your swing
  • Complete each practice swing by holding your finish for a moment, as if you were watching your ball fly down the fairway
  • Imagine the perfect golf shot as you swing
  • Finish in balance
  • Start each swing from the beginning; don’t swing back and forth continuously
  • Make each swing as if you were hitting a real shot

Click here to order your own New GolfGym 23″ Shortee Training Club.

A new way to practice: Cardiogolf video series includes drills and exercises to help golfers of all levels improve their swing technique and get some exercise at the same time. Click here to see a New Way to Practice.

Click here to see my favorite training aide. 

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Cardiogolf Training Package Launched

Take Your Practice Indoors with the Cardiogolf Shortee Practice Club and Training Video Package.

MOORESVILLE, NC, Aug. 3, 2017-LPGA Master Teaching Professional and Certified Personal Trainer Karen Palacios-Jansen has teamed up with GolfGym, the premier golf-fitness training product company, to create a package to help golfers practice their swing indoors. The package includes the Cardiogolf 23” Shortee Training Club, designed short to swing indoors, and 20 training videos, including drills and exercises to help golfers of all levels improve their swing technique and get some exercise at the same time.

Professional golfers know the importance of athletic development for golf. As a recreational golfer, you may not have the time to train like an elite athlete, but by simply adding a few swing drills into your daily routine, you can dramatically improve your game. And you don’t have to go to the golf course or driving range, you can do these exercises at home.

Introducing the Shortee Practice Training Club and Cardiogolf Instructional Videos. Great for indoor swing training and off-season conditioning. When you purchase the Shortee Practice Training Club you’ll receive Cardiogolf Instructional Videos to download and follow on your computer, tablet or smart phone.

The New Cardiogolf Shortee Training Club & 20 Video Series includes drills and exercises to help golfers improve their technique and no ball is required.  Making practice swings instead of hitting balls is a better way to improve your swing technique. If you are trying to learn the swing or make a swing change, rehearsing the move without hitting a ball will assure that you are actually doing the correct move. Repeating the motion that you want to achieve will help ingrain the move into your real swing.

Watch the videos and simply follow along as Karen takes you through a battery of drills to help you improve your game and get some exercise at the same time.

Visit cardiogolf.com or golfgym.com to get your Shortee Practice Training Club and Cardiogolf Training Video Series.

Cardiogolf 1000 Practice Swing Challenge Day 5

 A note from Karen:

The challenge is straightforward-simply make 1000 practice swings during the month (30 swings a day)  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.

If you don’t have enough room to swing a regular club,  use the ‘Shortee Practice Training Club’ by GolfGym.  Click here for more information. 

Day 5

Stretch Out Your Swing for More Distance

As you leaf through the pages of golf magazines, you’ll see that photographers love to catch pro golfers just after they have hit the ball where there arms are fully extended like this because it looks really powerful. If you pull your arms in towards your body as you swing through, you will hit a lot of thin and weak shots. Long arms through impact are the key to solid impact.

You need to learn to rotate your forearms as your body rotates for full extension. Simply think of swinging out to right field if you are a right-handed golfer like me.  Think left field if you are left-handed.

Take the challenge with me.  Post a note  on my Facebook page letting me know that you are up for the challenge.

Follow my Instagram Page to see me make 30 practice swings a day for one month-Follow my Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/Cardiogolf/

Click here to see my favorite training aide. 

Follow my blog at http://www.kpjgolf.com
Follow my Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/Cardiogolf/
Like my Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Cardiogolf/
For more information visit http://cardiogolf.com

Cardiogolf 1000 Practice Swing Challenge Day 4

A note from Karen:

The challenge is straightforward-simply make 1000 practice swings during the month (30 practice swings a day) 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 the ‘Shortee Practice Training Club’ by GolfGym.  Click here for more information. 

Day 4

Perfect Your Aim

Statistics show that the average golfer loses one stroke every time he misses a fairway or green.  If you want to save strokes, you need to hit fairways and greens and the easiest way to do that, without changing your swing, is to become really good at aiming.

By aligning your body correctly at address position, you give yourself a better chance to put a good swing on the ball.

The truest measure of your aim come from your shoulders which should be parallel to target line.  If your shoulders are not aligned correctly then the club will follow the incorrect line.  Make sure that your feet, knees, hips and especially your shoulders are aimed parallel to  your target line.

Take the challenge with me.  Post a note  on my Facebook page letting me know that you are up for the challenge.

Follow my Instagram Page to see me make 30 practice swings a day for one month-Follow my Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/Cardiogolf/

Click here to see my favorite training aide. 

Follow my blog at http://www.kpjgolf.com
Follow my Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/Cardiogolf/
Like my Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Cardiogolf/
For more information visit http://cardiogolf.com