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Golf Perceptions

Golf Perceptions

🕔00:37, 30.Dec 2014

Written by Geoff Dean Golf Training Aids to Improve Your Golf Game. Well golfers, we have entered into our annual twilight zone for golf in the desert…that crazy time when all of our golf courses go through the “overseeding” process.

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Directional-Line

Directional-Line

🕔00:36, 30.Dec 2014

Written by Judy Furst Improve your alignment and use the golf ball’s directional-line to “aim” your tee shot. Many golfers use the direction-line on the golf ball for lining up their putts. However, there is another use of the directional-line that

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Body Parts and Eyes Need to Be Aligned to the Target

Body Parts and Eyes Need to Be Aligned to the Target

🕔00:35, 30.Dec 2014

Written by Al Geiberger Swing improvement by utilizing proper alignment Once you have the clubface properly aimed, align your body squarely with it. That means you set your feet, knees, hips and shoulders on a line that is perpendicular to

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Backswing

Backswing

🕔00:34, 30.Dec 2014

Written by Tony Manzoni The lower body supports the shoulders, chest and arms in any athletic movement. Balance and power come from the ground up.The legs at address form a tri-pod; the hips are inside of both feet, with the

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Address the Ball

Address the Ball

🕔00:33, 30.Dec 2014

Written by Ken Venturi Make Sure You Really Are Addressing the Ball Many times golfers make the mistake of not adjusting their setup to the level of the ball when it is sitting up in the rough or settled down

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Golf Nutrition

🕔18:30, 29.Dec 2014

Written by Dr. Howard Peiper, N.D Renew focus IMPROVE your game Electrolyte Depletion and Replenishment Electrolyte expenditure varies between individuals. Your specific electrolyte requirements will not only differ from your playing partners, but can also change depending on your fitness

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Golf After a Knee Replacement

🕔18:30, 29.Dec 2014

Written by Michael K. Butler Knee pain that won’t go away and the recuperation process after knee replacement surgery. Making the decision to have knee replacement surgery after suffering for years with pain and dysfunction can be both stressful and

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What is Acupuncture?

🕔18:29, 29.Dec 2014

Written by Dr. Kristen Bohnet Q: What are the basic axioms (established principles) of acupuncture? Dr. Bohnet: There are two principles that immediately come to mind. Energy flow of the body is one. How energy flow or the lack of

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The Tongue as a Map of Body

🕔18:27, 29.Dec 2014

Written by Dr. Kristen Bohnet Q: What is the importance of the tongue in acupuncture? Dr. Bohnet: We say the tongue reflects everything that is happening internally in the body. So looking at the tongue is very important. The things

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Loose As A Goose

Loose As A Goose

🕔18:26, 29.Dec 2014

Loose As A Goose A large percentage of golfers hold too much tension in their arms and shoulders. In any sport, athletes derive power and speed through tension free motion. Just look at sprinters or swimmers shaking and loosening their

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