Training for golf is fun in of itself, it is however done for a specific reason. Maybe you want more distance (everyone wants more distance) maybe you want to build a solid core, whatever your goal, you should take time every now and again to sit back and appreciate your achievements. All too often we beat ourselves up (especially true on the course) and self criticism is a good thing, that’s how we make the change in the first place but appreciating the hard work you have put in and the outcome from that is a good step towards building consistent results.
Writing this on Sunday eve, I feel all golfed out! I played Saturday, practiced afterwards and then played Sunday too! I played very well, better on Sunday. I had one of the moments I just mentioned, I realised how far I had come in terms of building a solid core and stable base from which to swing, the fact that I could really lean on a shot when I needed too and stay in my swing nicely was a far cry from a few years back when a hard swing resulted in a wild flailing of the club towards the ball.
This is just a short post to say sometimes you need to smell the roses and appreciate what you have achieved…. not for too long though, we have lots more improving to do!
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Golfer and gym goer. I enjoy helping people achieve their golfing goals by providing exercises and workouts to improve performance and giving people insights into my own golf training.