Christmas is coming! And with that, so is mulled wine, mince pies, Santa hats, presents, Christmas trees and more. There are so many traditions associated with Christmas and if we’re not making the most of them, we’re a Baa Humbug.
When we swing a club, we are asking our body to rotate in balance. This places considerable physical demands on both hips, which need mobility and strength to permit and stabilise that twisting motion back and through.
The season has certainly hit us with a vengeance over the last couple of weeks, a long sympathetic spell of dry weather through October and November has given us a firm ground conditions and healthy growth the maintain great presentation and growth.
We’re not far from the beginning of the Christmas festivities (we’re guessing you’ve probably been thinking about putting up your Christmas decorations in the next week or two). And at the moment, all we’re thinking about is indulgence. We want to enjoy the last month of the year. Not waste it.
When things go wrong with our game, our first instinct is to question our technique. Of course, that might be where the problem lies; but more often than you might think, a simple focus on improving your physical conditioning can resolve or at least improve the situation.