(PRWEB) July 14, 2010
Alex Gairdener - BSc(Hons) Physio, Acup. ACP, BSc(Hons) SpSc has used his extensive knowledge of the human body to develop a specialized program to help golfers increase their golf swing speed. This new program is called The Golf Swing Speed Challenge (http://www.GolfSwingSpeedChallenge.com).
Gairdner, who averaged a 93.8 mph swing speed, tested this program on himself, gaining a staggering 20.2 mph in golf swing speed in just 56 days. He then tested this program on golfers worldwide with very impressive results. In fact, every single golfer that completed the challenge increased their golf swing speed and consequently hit longer drives.
“If a golfer gets stronger, more flexible and quicker their golf swing speed will improve, resulting in longer drives. Plus they will hit the ball more accurately because they will be more in control of their golf swing.” Gairdner said.
Studies and tests have shown that increasing golf swing speed helps golfers to hit longer drives, because for every 1 mph of increased clubhead speed it results in an extra 2.2 yards in distance gained.
“I set about creating a program that I could do in the 20 minutes or so I have free each day that would help me hit the ball further. The exercises are arranged in a very specialized order to give the golfer the biggest improvement for the small amount of time they're spending doing the program. After worldwide testing where every golfer who completed this program increased their swing speed it is now available to the general golf public so they too can enjoy longer drives.”
For more information about The Golf Swing Speed Challenge please contact Jeff Richmond or visit http://www.GolfSwingSpeedChallenge.com.