Taking several 10 minute walks per day. I find they break the day up, clear out my brain and help me feel better. Listening to a ton of music during workouts, as well as while working. I’m finding the music to always be therapeutic.
Free weights (trust me, I’m not a “lifter”), my Swiss ball, pull up bar, step and tension cables. Everything I need, and I can vary what I want to do. I’m finding I like quick 15 minute bursts. We’ll see how it goes.
This Monday brought a little freedom with finding out I can workout a little harder as I gain back strength and range of motion to my right knee, but here’s so much more I need to do than just focus on the knee. That’s why I spent time over the weekend getting rid of a bunch of clutter in this room. I sort of like the mess of it…
My hips are tight, as are my hamstrings and my glutes are really weak. I’ve got structural issues that create physical issues (like hurting my knees). This in turn leads to golf issues like poor balance and form, leading to compensations. I want to get to the point of limiting those compensations. I know I’ll have a few (don’t we all), but I’d like to get rid of the big ones. Just the tip of the iceberg so to speak.
I’m fortunate to have a good friend who also happens to be a chiropractor and TPI Level 2 certified to supervise my rehab, so I’ve got that going for me (thanks, Dr. Chow).
Who’s doing what for their golf fitness this spring?