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Swing Flaws and Fitness Fixes: Fix Your Swing by Putting Flexibility, Strength, and Stamina in Your Golf Bag [Paperback]

Katherine Roberts , Hank Haney

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5.0 out of 5 stars Makes Perfect Sense 21 Dec 2009
By R. P. McCarthy - Published on Amazon.com
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This book explains the physiological causes of the faults we have in our golf swings and how we need to change that physiology so we can get rid of our swing faults. In my swing, I reverse pivot. I have spent untold dollars and time on lessons and practicing trying to correct this power sapping fault with little to no success. This is unbelievably frustrating to me and the pro I work with who has tried everything under the sun to break this fault. Katherine's book explains how my physiology causes my reverse pivot and what I need to do to change it. I have been working on this for about a month and already can tell a difference in my swing and the distance I am hitting the golf ball. Whatever swing fault someone has, until they change their physiology, they are not going to be able to change their swing. The book is very easy to read and the exercises easy to understand. Strongly recommend it to everyone who has struggled with the same fault for a long period of time.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Must Have for all golfers serious about improving game 20 Sep 2009
By Kathy Mendel - Published on Amazon.com
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This book made me realize that flexability issues are at the root of almost every swing problem. It containes simple moves that you can perform without equipment. Perfect for me since I travel.
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5.0 out of 5 stars great book 5 Mar 2011
By moep485 - Published on Amazon.com
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this book has opened my eyes into the physical science of the golf swing. I am a high handicapper turning 50 this year. This instruction manual on the importance of balance, flexibility, strength and stamina will be the key to lowering my scores and making the game fun and more enjoyable while hopefully giving me insight on staying healthy. Balance has been my BOGGIEMAN but with the proper warm-up and conditioning tools added to my bag, I'm feeling more confident already." A MUST READ FOR ANY HIGH HANDICAPPER" thanks and keep 'em in the middle...Moep485
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5.0 out of 5 stars Learn what true golf fitness is 21 Dec 2009
By Bill Rand - Published on Amazon.com
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As a former professional golfer, you'd think I'd know about all of this stuff. But I didn't. I did cardio and strength work but no stretching. Who needs to do that? Who needs to do that are people who instinctively try to compensate for flexibility they don't even know is diminished and end up with a bad back. Thanks to a great chiropractor and Katherine and her book, the rehab is over and I'm able to play again without thinking about my back. Katherine's book is full of jewels, stretches you wouldn't imagine by yourself and stretches and strength building techniques you wouldn't think would make any kind of difference but they do. Add in Hank's perspectives on common swing faults and you have an invaluable book for golfers of any age or level...and a whole new prospective on what total fitness really is.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointed 3 Jan 2010
By Amy - Published on Amazon.com
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I found this book similar to her other books. The Hank Haney perspective is very brief. all of the exercises anyone can do, not physically challenging. Its better to get a yoga DVD and do it because it will flow better than seeing it in still print.
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