Monday, September 28, 2009

The jet-lagged Golf Swing

The jet-lagged Golf Swing The travel sector is enormous golf. Destination places like Myrtle Beach, Hawaii, Palm Springs and Phoenix are all on the ground. The developers are not just hope for the field of dreams? Building and that will never be?. You know, people come. Look at the companies. So many business relationships and transactions are shown on the left. And they? S happens all over the world. Some travel will be the situation, your club, other times not. We talk about how travel affects your body and your swing while playing golf or not. It will also discuss what can help with this terrible jet lag, which can hinder your performance on the field or in a board room. This writing experience. I am currently in my third year on the PGA Tour as a coach. I travel all over the world with the tour. So I understand what I mean? Life? from a bag and have everything available. Of course, golf club, we have always with us, but I have some innovative solutions to meet your game in shape. This article is not to swing exercises. Rather, this article, as your momentum in the form of a global perspective. Much of the information contained in this article is from personal observation, individual trials and errors, and some advice from some professionals. Jet-Lag. It can be a? Killer? on your golf game As I write, I sit here in the world-famous Doral Golf Resort and Spa in Miami. Tough duty, I had this week. This course has been host to Ford Championship golf touament. I flew from San Diego, last night. So there is a difference of 3 hours, 4 hours of flight, and suffice it to say that he has done up to this moing at 2:30 Pacific Standard Time (5:30 Easte Standard Time). So to summarize, I know a thing or two about the jet lag. Why I am a personal trainer for Phil Mickelson, me? Ve spent a lot of time, research and development of better ways to help Phil. This includes his travels and his body is always ready for competition. Let us for the first time at the beginning of the flight. The research found that every time you fly the body dehydrated. Why is this so? I think that has something to do with the cabin of the aircraft will be under pressure. Drink plenty of water is the first line of defense in combating jet lag. Drink water before, during and after the flight landed. Even if you have to go to the bathroom a couple of times in flight, your body and your golf game thanks to you. We? Re talking about water. Not soda, not coffee, and sorry, no alcohol. Alcohol dries the body, so that when you're on the air, you get a double Whammy. The good old H2O. Now, what to do if your country? I have the greatest success in the fight against Jet-Lag is now moving on to the time zone. I know it is always difficult to go to bed for 3 hours later than we are accustomed, but believe me, in a day or so will pay great dividends. I found this to really help. These are the two main suggestions that I have found a positive effect on jet lag. Some other Sensei Sean? The suggestions are rules your workout and healthy food. Workouts for me that the blood pumping and body moving. I don? T feel lethargic on the road, if I have a regular training. Now a training course can be something like a twenty minute walk or run around the hotel. Getting something in your planning, that the blood pumping. Finally, another key that does not always work? Razor? of jet lag is what we eat. If you eat healthy meals, my body is provided in an efficient and operational. If Chow on fast food or candy, my body starts to run. Retention of the golf game in shape to the way in which I am certainly not a swing coach, and suggestions in this article only from my own experience of travel for the tour. Some of my good friends (Rick Smith and Dave Pelz) are some of the best swing coaches in the world. I would suggest you take a look at some of their videos / articles on specific exercises. Now I realize that if you are traveling on business, time is limited to say the least. And probably more time than they win? T your club on the road. So what is the amateur to do? Well, what if I told you that you can work on your swing in about 15 minutes a day without equipment? Want reasoned, somewhat 'work on the street? I imagine you would, because I think we all have 15 minutes a day, for our progress. There are three things with the club. Number one, we can regarding the mechanics of swing, the number two, we can rely on the machine (body), the swing to go, and we may be on the mind. The implementation of all three of these units together is what I think is a complete training program for your swing. Forget, and they? And just as no surprise that the sugar in cake recipes. Yuck! They are made from the game itself. I have a large number of? Mirrors? Drill from my teachers to work on my swing and I'm guessing your instructor has given you something similar. Otherwise, I know Rick Smith and Jim McLean have a series of exercises, without the club. Just take a look at the Golf Channel and you can probably get some of these exercises. The most important thing is, I can do these exercises anywhere and I do not need any equipment. So, first off, for 5 minutes a day on hotel, do swing drills. When you're done with the swing exercises, not to speak? The work on the body. The body is what pushes your swing and needs as much attention as it is swing. The professionals working on their bodies every day, why? T amateurs. Take the next 5 minutes and then? Golf strengthen? Exercises that train the body for your swing. These exercises and can not be tied to the comfort of your hotel room. Finally, spend the last 5 minutes of training on the mind. There are many books on the mental side of golf. I bet that if you have one of these books in the library, any number of them have to do daily exercises. Perform these exercises for five minutes. So you have! Stay hydrated, put your body on the local time as quickly as possible, eat well, food for the body and some exercise. For the mechanics of the swing, a series of in-room mirror drills to groove. Well, if your club on the road, the swing exercises you can for 5 minutes with the club. If you are interested in more information about how to train the body to the golf swing that? S, where I can help. Check the website for information on these programs. About the Author Sean Cochran is one of the most famous golf courses, fitness trainer in the world today. He travels the PGA Tour 2004 Masters Champion Phil Mickelson regularly. It has many of his golf tips, golf lessons and golf swing improvement techniques available to amateur golfers on the site. Check out his manual and DVD, your body and your swing, (/ index.php? 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