Great news: golf season (for all of you non-Floridians) is finally here.
In most sports, the majority of injuries occur because the body is too rigid or unprepared to be forced into unfamiliar positions.
Should you back off of a full golf workout program during your playing season or should you train the same all year round?
If you're a golfer living in the northern two-thirds of the country, this is a special time of the year. It's no longer dark at 4:30 in the afternoon, weather forecasts stop mentioning snow, and temperatures start to creep into the 50s and 60s. Winter is over and, well, it's time to hit some balls. But just because the calendar is telling you it's almost golf season, it doesn't necessarily mean your body is ready to hit the course. Fear not! Hit IT Great has you covered.
If you're a golfer, you're constantly being barraged with ways to improve your game. Between TV, magazines, and the Internet, there is no shortage of pricey enticements to add yards to your drive, laser-focus your accuracy, and shoot lower scores.