ASK MIKE: FITNESS & HEALTH

ASK MIKE: FITNESS & HEALTH

You need to understand the basics of your own body. How it moves. What it can and cannot do. Every swing is unique. Even though you are trying to make the same moves you will look different doing them. That is Ok. You also need to understand the importance of your health. What you eat and drink has huge consequences on how you perform. Knowing how to control these variables can make big differences in your ability to perform and learn the swing and the game.

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ASK MIKE: FITNESS & HEALTH
  • WORKING AROUND TIGHT SHOULDERS

    This response is to Ian (Winnipeg, MB-Canada). You can still have a good swing without needing to externally rotate your arms too much. Simply try to increase shoulder turn and use that momentum to your advantage.
    The original video can be found here: https://www.malaskagolf.com/videos/skill-path...

  • BALANCE USING NON-DOMINANT SIDE TRAINING

    RESPONSE TO COMMENTS on PL | ASHLEY HUIZING - 202104 | 01. Fitness and Golf // While it is theoretically possible to injure yourself with non-dominant side training, the benefits far outweigh any risks that there might be.

  • HOW DID PETE EGOSCUE INFLUENCE YOUR TEACHING

    RESPONSE TO COMMENTS on SP | FLEXIBILITY | 01. Static Back Stretch // Pete Egoscue helped me to become the teacher I am today. learn how his understanding of the body has helped me.

  • PRACTICE SHOULD NOT HURT

    RESPONSE TO COMMENTS on AM | 2020.36 | 01. RE: Why Do I Stick The Club In The Ground - 20200906 // Golf is a game that you can play your whole life as long as you avoid injury. If practice physically hurts, you are probably doing something wrong.