It’s a beautiful bright sunny day. Yes, it’s still a little cold, but you already feel relaxed and looking forward to 18 holes on your favourite golf course.
You can forget about emails, social media and deadlines for a few hours, but you have one nagging voice in your ear and it’s definitely ruining the moment.
By the way, it’s those same nagging questions you usually ask yourself before, during and after each round of golf!
However, you have chosen in the past to forget about them and “only think positive thoughts”. But, on those occasions, you have deeply regretted ignoring them and have dealt with the consequences for many weeks afterward.
Those questions are…
- What’s going to hurt after today?
- How long will the pain last this time?
Maybe, this pain will only last a few hours, but will it gradually increase before turning into its usual daily ache after a few weeks?
And, by the way, those always ready anti-inflammatory meds you’ve been keeping close at hand for these occasions seem to be getting less effective as time passes too.
It’s a common story we hear from male/female amateur and professional golfers alike.
Physically speaking, golf is a very demanding sport on the body. In fact, every time you swing a club, it has the same load running through your body as a power athlete, thus you’ll only be able to perform that activity four times before feeling completely exhausted!
That type of training and conditioning — even golf — is extremely catabolic and highly demanding to your body. What that means in practical terms is that you may be more prone to injury if a sequence of conditioning has not been performed leading up to the power phase!
Now, think about this very common occurance…
Imagine someone who spends most of their time at a desk or in a car and gets very little exercise suddenly going from a very low form of activity to a demanding power environment, like the golf swing! (And, what if that same person has a history of back or neck pain?)
No amount of “warm-up exercises” will prepare a stiff, misaligned body to the amount of strain inflicted over the next few hours on a golf course.
As CHEK Golf Biomechanical Specialists, we have worked for many years with countless amateurs and professionals not only to eliminate pain and dysfunction but to really enhance their game.
What’s a CHEK Golf Biomechanical Specialist?
Our role is to coach our clients on how to reach their peak condition in ALL ASPECTS of their health, including golf-specific conditioning exercise coaching. (It’s not about improving your technical game. We don’t teach you how to play golf or give you advice for a better swing.)
Because February is the perfect time to start our conditioning programme, as an incentive to get you started on the right track, we are offering £199 OFF to the first 10 people who sign up for any of our all-inclusive golf packages!
Our all-inclusive packages include:
- Up to three 1-hour coaching sessions per week with a CHEK Golf Biomechanical Specialist held at our private coaching facility.
- Physiotherapy sessions.
- A nutritional genetic assessment.
- Lifestyle coaching to reduce stress and maximise your potential on and off the green!
PLUS, you can use our facility in your own time to perform your programme as well as use our infrared sauna for a complete switch-off from the outside world!
Prices start at £47 per week (all-inclusive)!
Also, we are offering a FREE 1-hour consultation with a CHEK Golf Biomechanical Specialist to discuss our packages and coaching, as well as answer any questions you may have!
Take the next step, and call 01257 367 080 and book your free 1-hour appointment today!