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Core Performance Golf: The Revolutionary Training and Nutrition Program for Success On and Off the Course Hardcover – February 19, 2008
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About the Author
MARK VERSTEGEN, founder and president of Athletes' Performance Institutes, has trained some of the biggest names in sports, including Green Jacket winners, Stanley Cup champions, Olympic gold medalists, and All-Stars. A world-renowned performance coach, consultant, and motivational speaker, he lives in Scottsdale, Arizona.
PETE WILLIAMS is a contributing writer to Street & Smith's SportsBusiness Journal and is the author or co-author of eight books, including the Rodale titles Core Performance, Core Performance Essentials, Core Performance Endurance, and Fun Is Good. He lives in Safety Harbor, Florida.
Top customer reviews
Whether you want to rehab an injured elbow as I did, or you want to increase flexibility and reduce pain after your round, this book is the real deal. I felt so strongly about the book that I sent my mother a copy. She's an 18 handicap in her 70's and still looking for a way to a single digit handicap where she was many years ago.
Core Performance Golf gave me a great gift; to continue to play it pain free. Thanks Mark!
When you read this book you will find there is nothing left to doubt as to what your golf fitness level is and what you need to do to improve it. Excellent pictures, instructions and more. The author unveils a section called Movement Prep (a great pre-round stretching routine), swing analysis, nutrition and more. I go back to it every off-season and I probably should refer to it more often.