The first book on golf fitness to provide a complete weight training program specifically targeting the muscles used in the golf swing. For years, strength training was dismissed as an unimportant consideration in improving the golfer's game. But now that more and more professional and amateur golfers have turned to strength training with outstanding results, we know that working out is an absolutely critical factor in boosting golfers' health, fitness, and performance. In The Max Golf Workout, John Little, founder of Max Contraction Training, offers a training schedule specific to the fitness needs of the golfer. Its exercises specially target the muscles used in the golf swing to help increase power, flexibility, and muscle endurance. Complete with 150 color photographs and a special chapter on nutrition, The Max Golf Workout is sure to help golfers get stronger, hit the ball farther, and play longerat their bestwithout fatiguing. 150 color photographs.
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John Little has been a personal trainer for more than a dozen years. The author of over a dozen books on health, fitness, and exercise, including The Art of Expressing the Human Body, Max Contraction Training, and Body by Science, Little has been hailed by Ironman magazine as “one of the leading fitness researchers in the world.” He resides in Ontario, Canada.