12 March 2011

    Swing A Baseball Bat

    Ever want to strengthen the muscles that help you hit a golf ball farther? Get a 34 oz. or so baseball bat and take 50 or so swings a day. Loosen up and stretch first so you don't hurt anything. Then, swing that bat through the hitting zone with all the Sammy Sosa-like power you can muster. This is an excellent exercise for strengthening your wrists and forearms and will make the club seem light in your hands. CAUTION -- this is for healthy-backed people. Do not try this or anything that might cause you injury if you are prone to back pain.

    1 comment:

    JuCad Carbon said...

    Golf ball size, shape, depth and alignment, are all a common goal to provide the golfer has a longer, larger, more predictable ball flight and control. golf balls vary greatly in different manufacturer. For example, Titleist has a different number of dimples for the Pro V1 (392), the Pro V1x (332), NXT Tour (332), but the dimples of alignment and Titleist balls are consistent with the icosahedral name. Dimples should be spaced evenly across the surface of the frequent combination of a shallow pit and a deep pit. The number of dimples regulation golf ball ranges of 300-500, the number of dimples are not directly related to the distance the ball moves.