Doing this 3 times a week will add distance to every club in your bag-Golf Gym, NYC

 

What would it mean to you to be able to get an extra 10, 20 or even 30 yards on your drives? As long as you can put the ball in play it would likely mean less strokes to the hole.

Longer Drives = Lower Scores

What if there was a piece of equipment you could use on your own and a protocol to go along with it that only took 10 – 15 minutes a day, three times a week that would put power behind every club in your bag? Well there is! It’s called SuperSpeed Golf.

SuperSpeed Golf Clubs are progessively weighted clubs, that when used according to the prescribed training protocal, can and will add clubhead speed to your golf swing and therefore, distance to every club in your bag.

Club Head Speed

Club head speed is one of the factors that separates the elite golfer from the average golfer

Since 2007, the PGA TOUR has been tracking golf swing speeds of all of its players, also using Trackman. The TOUR average runs about 113mph and they hit about 290 yards/drive, which means their driving efficiency is about 2.57 yards/drive.
 
For the average male golfer, Trackman statistics report the average club head speed at this 14-15-handicap level is about 93.4 mph…yielding an average total distance of 214 yards per drive. That makes the average male amateur driving efficiency to be 2.29 yards per mph of club head speed.
 
DRIVING DISTANCE COMPARISON CHART
 
Club Head Speed (MPH)                   75      85     95      105
Average Distance                             240    250   270    290
5% More Speed (Yards)                  247    261   283    305
10% More Speed (Yards)                254    272   296    320
 
 
Deceleration Training
One of the quickest ways to improve swing speed is simply to start swinging the club in the opposite direction. No, it won’t feel very compfortable at first, but with diligent and deliberate practice, it will improve your bodies balance and ability to swing faster towards your dominant side.  The faster you can slow down a movement in one direction, the faster you can accelerate to your top speed in the other. So your ability to accelerate is dependent upon your ability to decelerate (slow down and control force production) in the opposite direction. This is often ignored by the average amateur in training, if they are training at at all.
  

Check out Mike Napoleon from SuperSpeed Golf explain the introductory protocols for the SuperSpeed Golf Clubs how to used SuperSpeed Clubs at the Royal Melbourne Country Club in Chicago.  

I’m Giving These Away

If you are reading this article you’re a golfer and you want to Play Golf Better! There’s no faster way to become a better golfer then by improving upon the machine that swings the club. That’s You! Improve how you move-improve how you play. Anyone that signs on for my Fit For Golf, Back Nine Training Program before September 30th, 2017 will receive a set of SuperSpeed Golf Clubs as a bonus.

That’s a $199 value.

So join over 350 top touring professionals that are currenlty using the SuperSpeed Golf Training System and you too will –

"Feel The Difference In Your Body-See The Difference In Your Swing"

To schedule your FREE Strategy Session call: (917) 596-8485 or email: Info@nygolffitnessguru.com 

 

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