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Golf, although not thought of a strenuous activity, requires a higher level of fitness than most people would think. In a single round, a golfer will swing an estimated average of 300 swings (including practice swings) and walk seven to eight thousand yards, the equivalent of four to five miles. Swinging a club over and over again twists the neck, back, shoulders and arms unnaturally, the physical stress loads become substantial. Overall fitness and endurance play a critical role in the game. Stronger, fitter, more flexible athletes hit a ball further and straighter, have better touch around the greens and respond better under pressure in the closing holes than do their weaker counterparts.
The term “the wheels are falling off” usually comes mid-round when you start to lose focus and your muscles start to fatigue. One way to alleviate this syndrome, is to work on increasing your endurance or stamina. The definition of endurance is the capacity of something to last or to withstand wear and tear.
Aerobic exercise also known as endurance exercise or ‘cardio’- is when oxygenated blood is pumped by the heart to muscles in the body.
The term aerobic actually means “with oxygen,” which means that breathing controls the amount of oxygen that can make it to the muscles to help them burn fuel and move. The more you increase your aerobic capacity, the more endurance and stamina you will have on the golf course.
The American Heart Association recommends that everyone reach a minimum of 30 minutes of some form of cardiovascular exercise 5 to 7 days per week.
Start by adding short burst of ‘cardio’ exercises into your daily routine to improve your endurance.
Watch Karen Palacios-Jansen demonstrate this ‘cardio’ exercise.
Jump with Rotation
Start in a modified golf stance.
Hop or jump and then rotate and squat to one side.
Touch your fingertips to the floor.
Hop or jump back up and repeat rotation on opposite side.
Do 8 to 10 repetitions on both sides.
To modify, squat without the jump.
This exercise combines heart pumping exercise to get the heart rate up to improve endurance and rotation to help improve your golf swing.
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