Thursday, June 28, 2012

Golflexx Announces Special Offer to PGA, LPGA Teaching Pros

If you're a teaching golf professional Golflexx wants to send you a free Golflexx with instructional DVD for your personal use. Just send us a request at and they'll ship it to your teaching location (golf pro shop, course, Country Club, etc.). For our verification simply point to a sight where you are listed as the teaching pro.

Stretching for golf is critical to slowing down the rapid decline senior golfer's experience, as well as reducing the stress on the muscles, ligaments, tendons and joints. The golf swing puts a tremendous amount of pressure on the body, and unless you are participating in a consistent stretching for golf program, you will be a statistic. By using Golflexx, following our simple routine and using it in your daily work out regiment will help prevent injury and keep you in better shape to play golf.

Golflexx will help you from becoming one of the millions of golfers who aren't improving and who are injured at some point every season. The golf swing is dynamic. What that means is it involves motion. This motion needs to be fluid, tension-less, and powerful. One of the only ways to accomplish this is with a good stretching routine. What are you waiting for? Don't become one of those statistics.

A smooth, successful golf swing results from having good range of motion and flexibility in your swing path. As flexibility increases, your ability to have a complete backswing and extended follow-through improves. Most golfers have a tendency to be tight in the flexor and extensor muscles of the legs and hips, but flexible in the hips and trunk from constant swinging. Therefore, these flexors and extensors should be stretched regularly. Golflexx can help with these important muscle groups used in the golf swing. Remember, muscles and tissues tend to shorten over one's lifetime, but stretching and flexibility exercises using Golflexx have been proven to prevent and even reverse this condition. Golflexx is excellent for all ages. It's never too early or too late to start a good stretching routine.


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