Pretty much every professional golfer in the world is doing golf fitness to improve and maintain the quality of their play.
They understand their bodies are the most important part of their golf game and they are taking care of them accordingly.
Just because you are a recreational golfer, does this mean you don't have to take care of your body to improve and maintain the quality of your play? This is not a rhetorical question. Please answer it for yourself.
Of course, the answer is that you should be doing golf fitness.
It's not some faraway planet that is out of reach for you. It's actually right here at Madlab School of Fitness. It is not that difficult and is incredibly rewarding.
Here are some quotes from clients:
An early 30s gentleman - "Went to Madlab yesterday to do some golf exercises. Shot 78 yesterday evening. Hitting my iron so solid. Coincidence? I think not."
A 61-year-old lifetime golfer - "I have way more rotation in my backswing now and the whole swing has smoothed right out. Best of all, I no longer have to hang onto the wall to put my shorts on."
Let me be clear - I do not coach your golf swing. I make your body better able to swing in an efficient and powerful way.
If you are a golfer and think that golf fitness is not for you, I'm asking you to reconsider your beliefs.
If you are a golfer that wants to improve your game and feel better throughout, and after, each round then I have the answers for you.
Invest in the most important part of your golf game - Your body.
Reach out to Chris Saini at email@example.com with any questions you may have.