(PRWEB) May 18, 2005
A simple exercise program may be the key to unlocking a better golf game.
Neil Chasan, a physical therapist and co-owner of Body Balance for Performance, has written a book detailing Swing Reaction System exercise program for golfers. The book, Total Conditioning for Golfers, explains how this exercise program can actually improve a golferÂs overall game.
ÂA few simple exercises done each day will help a golfer increase their driving distance and reduce their scores,Â said Chasan.
In additions to helping to improve a golferÂs swing, the exercise program also reduces the risk of injuries, especially to the hips and lower back.
ÂEveryone needs to improve their ability to store and release energy efficiently,Â said Chasan. ÂThis exercise program is beneficial to professionals as well as amateurs and beginners.Â
ChasanÂs book, Total Conditioning for Golfers, is ideal for any golfer seeking to:
Â Improve consistency
Â Improve accuracy
Â Reach longer driving distances
Â Lower game scores
Â Experience less pain
Neil ChasanÂs Total Conditioning for Golfers, detailing the number one exercise program to increase distance, is available now online (http://www.SwingReaction.com/tcfg/tcgframes.html) or by calling 888-465-3220. A special discount is available on all Internet purchases for a limited time.
About the Swing Reaction System Golf Exercise Program
Based on various physical therapy techniques used while training PGA teachers and players, this exercise program was developed to help get the body in better athletic condition so a golfer can better execute the golf swing and reduce injuries.
About Neil Chasan
In his 22 years as a physical therapist, Neil Chasan has helped patients and athletes understand and train their bodies for maximum performance. A featured speaker for the PGA and a guest presenter at the Champion's Experience Golf School, Neil works constantly to broaden, update and share his expertise.