Legendary golfer Ben Hogan, winner of nine major championships, is widely acknowledged to have been among the greatest ball strikers ever to have played golf. He often would practice without a ball, grooving the swing motion to make it automatic, so that he would not have to think about his swing on the golf course. Check out the link below as he explains one of his off-course practice drills.
In Cardiogolf, you’ll be doing a battery of exercises designed to improve your body movement and swing technique. Consistently, repeating golf swing exercises without hitting a ball can accelerate your improvement on the golf course. Without the judgment of where the ball is going, you can repeat the correct swing motion until it is ingrained into your memory and then the motion will be comfortable and natural on the golf course
You see practicing at the range is good, but if you have a swing fault, then instead of improving your swing with more repetitions, you just end up ingraining the swing fault more into your swing.
Cardiogolf is not about getting big or bulky or even having brute strength. Cardiogolf is about getting your body to move more efficiently and fluidly. You want to be able to take your muscles through their full range of motion to create your maximum turn, weight shift, clubhead speed and sequence of motion with less effort.
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Click on the link to view Ben Hogan’s off-course drill-https://www.facebook.com/BenHogan/videos/626518960731023/