Great tips and techniques to avoid injury. Dr. Vad also has another publication that has similar exercises. Read morePublished 2 months ago by shawnd
For a golfer this will help in trying to get into shape and focusing on core muscles as well as the body.Published 4 months ago by joevas
Good exercises but too generic. Having received a series of warm up from the pro, this didn't add anything worthwhile. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Gary Anderson
I do not like this book.
Have a lot of wording pages but very few of exercises and too simple for me.
When I read this book felt so bore.
The author claims to be the official PGA physician. He is most definitely not any part of the official PGA tour medical staff. He does not have any affiliation with the PGA tour. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Concerned
This is not really my thing: Excercise. However, it is nice to see somethings I can do and increase my flexibility and loosen up before a round of 9-18.Published 17 months ago by nomdeplume
this reinforces my regular golf orientated fitness and stretching work outs. It is quite well written and clear. I like itPublished 18 months ago by Green Tee
This buuk is probably all right forsomeone who sits in an office all week and just plays golf on a Saturday but for someone who leads an active life it is pretty much useless. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
I have both of the books related to back pain, Back RX and Golf RX. While not a substitute for a hands on DR, if used daily the exercises are simple and help considerably with... Read morePublished on June 5, 2012 by Golfnut