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"What to look for in your Golf Fitness Training Program"

It is no secret that resistance training exercise will have a tremendous impact in a persons’ athletic
performance. Golf is still pretty new to this secret, but is quickly seeing all of the benefits strength training has
on a persons’ golf swing, game performance and endurance.  In fact any kind of strength training is creating
immediate impact on players.

Golf Specific Exercises and Golf Fitness Exercise programs are popping up everywhere, but the truth is this “if
you are an avid golfer and have never exercised with weights before and started a very basic strength training
program, you would see some improvement to your game” says Rafael Moret, creator of the Miami Golf Fitness
Program. “The key is to start a program that delivers not only overall conditioning, but golf specific
strengthening exercises and injury prevention techniques with specific stretching for the golf player”.

“As a Golf Fitness Instructor there are very specific things that my clients look for to make their games better”
said Rafael. “Golf players are looking to strengthen their backs to reduce lower back pain, develop strength in
their swing, add more stability to their stance, and stretch all the muscles that tighten up with their game”. The
Miami Golf Fitness Program is divided into 4 segments to help cover all the need of the golf player:
1.        Injury Prevention Exercise Drills
2.        Total Body Conditioning Circuit and Endurance Program
3.        Golf Specific Strength Training Exercises
4.        Golf Specific Stretching and Flexibility

In his new FREE Golf Fitness E-Book "The Top Seven Stretches You Need Before You Play" Moret shows how,
with a few simple stretches you can increase your golf swing speed, add ridiculous distance to all of your shots,
and...ELIMINATE back pain. For more information log on to www.MiamiGolfFitness.com.

We have all seen great athletes play at all levels in all sports, and we all know what separates the “greats” from
the “good”. Their level of physical conditioning, golf is no different. Proper physical conditioning helps average
golfers play great. It turns good golfers into great golfers and turns great golfers into ELITE.



"ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Rafael Moret is a  nationally recognized authority on the subject of fitness. His web site,
www.MiamiGolfFitness.com, provides a wealth of informative articles and resources on everything you'll need to
know about golf conditioning."


                                                                                                                                
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The program is designed to increase strength, flexibility and endurance empowering
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announced Rafael Moret, creator of the program and a Personal Fitness Trainer
with over a decade experience training athletes. “The new Miami Golf Fitness
Program guarantees to make golfers, at any level in the sport, better conditioned
players immediately” said Rafael.

“Butch Harmon was the first leading golf instructor to promote the enormous
performance-enhancing benefits of sport-specific fitness training. Today, his
students are the best golfers in the world because they are the most fit,” reported
Rafael. “We’re proud to provide the exciting new Golf Fitness program for our local
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combined with our staff of certified personal trainers, will help golfers increase their
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The Miami Golf Fitness Program features a unique series of golf-specific exercises
designed to strengthen stretch and condition all of the major and minor muscle
groups, required to make a consistently effective golf swing. Certified Golf Fitness
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level of strength and flexibility then create a specific plan to meet their individual
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of motion using functional training equipment. Exclusive flexibility exercises are
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stretching machine that operates biomechanically correct and measures the user’s
progress, assuring consistent gains in range of motion. Endurance training is done
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Is Tiger Really The Best?

Tiger has just won his 12th major and all the other players know that, right now he is the best. But
why is that? Everyone has access to the same equipment Tiger has.
They can practice on the
same courses he does. The rules are the same for everyone. So what is it? Simple, Tiger is
a better conditioned athlete! “Look at most other sports” says Rafael Moret,CSCS , creator
of The Miami Golf Fitness Program “If an athlete at a professional level trains hard during
the off season, then he or she will most likely show up in good condition for training camp
or pre-season, but as the season starts and continues it is only the Elite athletes that
continued their progressive training regimens that shine over the rest, and Tiger is no
different”.

A few years ago when it was reported that Tiger incorporated weight training into his
program and that is was giving him an edge, a few of the other players tried it and instantly
saw results from this type of training regimen. Tiger Woods said in an interview on PGA.
com “The guys understand that you have to do it now. The game has changed so much. In
order to compete and hit the ball as far as some of the guys are hitting it now, you've got to
get in there and spend the time. You've got to get stronger and you've got to get more
flexible. Look at the scores we're shooting now on the golf courses that are so long, you
really have to get in there now. You can't afford not to”. But to get better you have to
consistently strive for more and just like every body, every human body that is Tiger had
adapted to this and needed more, and not just a workout with weights. Squat and bench
pressing might make you stronger but they won’t help your swing or your game. He
needed a golf specific strength training program and he need to do it on a regularly during
the season and even during the tournaments he plays in. That is what separates him from
the pack. Not only is he incorporating an athletic training program for his sport, he is doing
it on a consistent basis. Now, you add his superior athletic performance with his
knowledge and understanding of the game of Golf and that gives you 12 Majors and 51
victories and years of more supremacy to come.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Rafael Moret is a nationally recognized authority on the subject of
fitness. His web site,
www.MiamiGolfFitness.com, provides a wealth of informative articles
and resources on everything you'll need to know about golf conditioning.


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Is Tiger's winning streak still intact?
by DOUG FERGUSON, Associated Press

CHANDLER'S CROSS, England - Keeping track of records can get muddled when Tiger Woods
travels around the world, so there was a debate Wednesday whether his winning streak was dead or
alive. The answer was both.

"It ended two weeks ago," Woods said.

After five straight victories from the British Open in July to the Deutsche Bank Championship
outside Boston the first week of September, Woods lost in the first round of the World Match Play
Championship at Wentworth.

But that's a European Tour event.

"I'm going for six in a row on our tour," Woods said at the American Express Championship, where
he is defending his title at a World Golf Championship that counts as official on all six of the major
tours. "But not six in a row tournament-wise, because I've played two since then and lost both."

The other loss was at the Ryder Cup, still a popular topic this week.

Woods also won six straight on the PGA Tour at the end of 1999 and the start of 2000, although he
finished sixth in between that streak at the Johnnie Walker Classic, another European Tour event.
That matched the second-longest streak on the PGA Tour, barely more than halfway home to the
record not even Woods believes will be broken.




Byron Nelson, who died Tuesday at his ranch in Texas, owns the record of 11 consecutive victories
in 1945.

"His record is still remarkable that particular year," Woods said. "His 12th event, he finished
second, and then he won the very next one. So that's 12 out of 13, and the worst he finished was
second. That's pretty good. And 18 (victories) in one year. I don't play that many tournaments, so I
can't get to 18."

Asked whether 11 in a row was possible now, Woods said probably not.

"The competition is so much deeper now," he said. "Back in his day - I actually talked to him about
this - he said he had to beat four or five guys every week. And when you're hot, that's not hard to do.
That's not the case anymore. It's 40 or 50 now, so it's a lot different."

This might be one of the easier weeks.

Sure, the World Golf Championships attract the best players from around the world. The criteria for
this one is top 50 in the world ranking, and money leaders from the PGA, European, Australasian,
Japan, South African and Asian tours.

Phil Mickelson and Vaughn Taylor are the only Americans from the Ryder Cup not at The Grove, an
estate north of London. Taylor didn't qualify and Mickelson likely is done playing until the Bob
Hope Classic. The only European who didn't qualify was Paul McGinley.

Others who withdrew include Ben Curtis and U.S. Open champion Geoff Ogilvy, who are new
fathers; and Davis Love III, who wanted to spend time with his family after his daughter's friend was
killed in a car accident.

That leaves only 63 players in the world, a small number of players for anyone to beat.

And some of them are still hung over from the Ryder Cup, figuratively and literally.

PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem was staying at The K Club last week during the Ryder Cup,
and just his luck, he and his wife were in a room directly above the Europeans' team room where
they celebrated a resounding victory.

"We dozed off around 6 a.m.," Finchem said.

Lee Westwood went unbeaten while playing all five matches for the second straight time, and he was
so weakened by a chest cold that he took a nap before the party. He limited himself to about five
celebratory drinks.

"It's the most sober I've ever been on Monday morning after a Ryder Cup," he said.

Still coughing and wheezing on Wednesday, he was hard-pressed to recognize that a World Golf
Championship was at stake this week, with a $7.5 million purse. It reminded him of Hilton Head,
described by many as a working vacation because of the enormous buildup to the Masters, which is
held the week before.

"Any time after something you've really built yourself up for, it's always difficult to get up the next
week," he said.

Jim Furyk felt the same way.

He has long supported the Million Dollar Challenge in South Africa, missing only the year it was
held the week after the Presidents Cup. And he wouldn't mind being home this week, in part because
he has been away from his two small children for the last two weeks.

"If I had my druthers, I would never play the week after a Presidents Cup or a Ryder Cup because
it's an emotional high or letdown either way," Furyk said. "If you play well and the team wins and
you have a great time, it's tough to get your thoughts back in it. If the team loses, you're in a
grouchy mood and you don't want to turn around and think about, 'What am I going to work on
tomorrow? How am I going to get ready for this tournament?'"

Woods and Furyk are on their third week in Britain and Ireland.

"I'm just looking forward to getting back to the States and seeing the sun," Woods said.

Then again, he hasn't exactly lit it up over here. A first-round loss at Wentworth. Another Ryder Cup
rout in Ireland. His last chance is the American Express Championship, and a chance to keep alive
his winning streak, even though it's really dead.

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Is Tiger Woods Cheating?

Recently Tiger has been roaring, dominating the PGA as if he was invincible. First it was the British
Open, then the Buick Open followed by the PGA Championship , The Bridgestone Invitational and
finally the Deutsche Bank Championship . What’s going on here? Where is every one else? It’s not
as if Tiger is first and the same other guy is second every week. It’s always someone new. So what
is it?

Let’s look at other sports, if this type of thing was going on another sport people would begin to
suspect foul play. So let’s look at Tiger, is he cheating? “ I think so” says Rafael Moret, CSCS,
owner of MiamiGolfFitness.com. “ I remember him exiting the first round of the World Match Play
tournament a few weeks ago and what he said during the interview led me to believe that he in fact
is cheating” Tiger said “Well, I think I’ll go workout now.”   

“I think I’ll go workout now” what kind of golfer says that. Especially after exiting in the first round
of a tournament. Shouldn’t he be on his way to the range to hit some balls? Shouldn’t he been on his
way to dinner and to relax after long golf day? Maybe he should have been complaining that
something went wrong with the course or his equipment.

Well the truth of the matter is this, Tiger is guilty of cheating. He has more mental determination to
condition himself as a superior athlete than anyone else on the course and that is an unfair advantage.
While everyone else is sleeping, Tiger is out running. While the other guys are having lunch, Tiger is
in the Gym. While the other guys are driving to the range, Tiger has finished playing a practice round.

“Developing consistency in your performance enhancing exercise routine is the key to success” says  
Rafael. You can not expect Tiger like results with bad workout habits and an inferior exercise
program. “Developing sports specific conditioning programs is what helps athletes condition
themselves for their sport. So you can not expect great results from a workout routine for a
bodybuilder you cut out of a magazine”.

If Tiger continues to strive for greater results and pushing himself to become better, there will be no
stopping him. Every time a tournament starts, players from all over the world will be coming playing
for second place.  Every week we will be watching to see who will fall to Tiger next!
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