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Weekly Golf Health Report
Golf Fitness Training Principles That Produce Results
by Susan Hill
Dec 15, 2014



Time is a precious commodity when it comes to golf. We need to set aside time for practice, play and training in addition to managing our jobs, our families and other priorities and interests. Training should be a compliment to our
families and other priorities and interests. Training should be a compliment to our complete process of development for a better game. Let’s keep things simple when it comes to golf training by focusing on those things ...

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Golf Health and Fitness Articles
Minimizing Risk of Injury in Children
by Alan L. Hammond GolfersMD News
Nov 30, 2013


If a child loves their chosen sport, it’s difficult to limit their activities there. They seem to almost need to play their game and parents love to see the budding young athlete thrive and enjoy themselves. Without a fair amount of caution, youngsters can develop physical problems that will last forever. The good news is injury and overuse can be prevented. In ...
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Green Tea May Ease Rheumatoid Arthritis
by GolfersMD News
Oct 30, 2013

Green tea, already touted for its cardiovascular and anticancer benefits, may also help ease the inflammation and pain of rheumatoid arthritis, a new study suggests.

The study was conducted in the laboratory, and its findings are preliminary, stressed lead researcher Salah-uddin Ahmed, an investigator at the University of Michigan Health System, in Ann Arbor.

"It's too early" to fully recommend green tea to ease rheumatoid arthritis, he said, but the study "is a starting point."

Ahmed was ...
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Women's Golf And Exercise
by Susan Hill
Jan 07, 2014

While golf is long overdue to benefit from the application of fitness, thanks to women like Annika Sorenstam, women are now realizing strength training and flexibility conditioning aren’t just for men. The benefits on the golf course are well worth the effort of sticking to a regular golf fitness regime.


Today’s women golfers are more determined than ever to stake their claim to the golf course and a higher standard of performance. One of the ...

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