The difference between a good golfer and a great golfer, can more often than not, be put down their golf swing
Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Keeping Your Golf Swing Through the Winter
By having an indoor golf swing trainer at home or at your office can really help you keep in summer shape.
The weighted indoor club is short and fitted, with the proper grip, so you work on grip and muscle tone. The swing trainer has the proper grip built in to the club so when you do your swing workouts you will also be keeping the proper grip and we all know how important that is. You can keep it in the drawer of your desk or pack it your vehicle on business trips. Swing trainers can be used almost anywhere and will even remove some of the stress of working and not being able to play golf or practice. Using indoor trainers 2 to 3 minutes a day 3 to 5 times a week will help keep your swing fine tuned year round.
We have all seen the very heavy weighted swing trainers but I am getting a little older and I do not want to overdo it. I try to stay in the 24 to 32 ounce range. This is more for 10-36 handicap range. I think most seniors and ladies feel comfortable with that weight. And for you younger golfers it won't help any to increase the weight.
With winter coming on and getting cold why not at least try staying in golfing shape and do some reps with an indoor swing trainer and even maybe a set up or two. Stay in shape and happy golfing. See you at the links.
Jim Owens (http://www.owensgolfclubs.com) I am Jim Owens and have been playing golf for 53 years. I presently am employed by a golf course and seen all kinks of swings some good and some not so good. I own Owens Enterprise and Owens Golf Clubs. You can learn more aboutGolf Swing Trainers.