What Will I Learn?
This free trial of The Bring Back Your Speed Plan includes the first week’s lessons. To access the full version of the plan, click the “Buy The Full Plan” button.
Nobody wants to hit the ball shorter. Maybe you have lost distance from the tee, or your irons aren’t carrying as far as they used to. Two phrases we have heard time and time again. This plan is for any golfer of any age who wants to bring back some distance from the tee and the fairway.
Over the next 5 weeks we will teach you how to increase your rotation, create coil and tension and utilise this for a wider arc and more speed at impact. The exercises we have chosen will build you a strong, athletic posture and help you to maintain better angles throughout the golf swing. Both of those factors are required to increase clubhead speed and start carrying the ball further.
We have also been mindful of injuries and difficulties with specific exercises. So, if you are a golfer who struggles in kneeling or lying down, we have provided alternative exercises in standing, so there are no barriers to your progress. Even better; everything can be done in your own time and at your own pace.
What Will I need?
- Access to a driving range or practice facility
- Alignment sticks
- Resistance band (15-35lb strength)
- Foam roller (optional)
- Gym mat (optional)
- A belt (optional)
- Smartphone or tablet to watch the videos
Week 1: Why Distance Decreases With Age
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