By SwingFix.com staff
There’s no question that fitness is a huge piece of the puzzle when it comes to playing good golf.
Being able to make a powerful, effective golf swing will require some cooperation from your body, and it’s imperative that you’re capable of making the necessary movements, especially if you’re trying to incorporate swing changes.
Many golfers, however, have no idea that their fitness level might be adversely affecting their ability to swing the club and how it can lead to significant swing flaws.
Along those lines, we want to help you out, so we enlisted the help of SwingFix instructors and fitness gurus Jim Williams and Karen Palacios-Jansen to show you how some of the common swing flaws that we see in so many videos that are submitted can actually be fitness-related.
On each Wednesday for the next six weeks here on The Weekly Fix, we’ll roll out a new installment of “Workout Wednesday” to help you improve your game.
We’ll show you the most common swing flaws, break down why from a fitness standpoint people have these issues and offer some some great exercises that you can do to eliminate these problems.
It all starts today, as we take a look at a common set-up problem, that being C-Posture. And good posture is a crucial part of making a good golf swing, especially as it relates to making a good turn away from the ball.
Enjoy the first installment of our new series and check back in the weeks ahead to get in shape and fix your game!