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Finally (only in the order the books were presented to me) is an instructional product for women golfers… Weight Training for Women’s Golf by Kai Fusser, M.S. Fusser worked with Annika Sorenstam as her personal trainer for over 10 years. It was during that period that her strength, fitness and achievements on the golf course skyrocketed. He has worked with many other world class athletes in sports other than golf also. His approach may be universally applied to all ages and abilities.

Fusser’s book provides a very easy to follow regimen and explanation of what he wants you to achieve through his program. Women of all ages will benefit from this program even if they don’t play golf. Weight training done the proper way with the proper understanding of form and execution will allow you to develop improved flexibility and strength. For me this means better endurance and hopefully, more length and control over my shots.

What I am writing about here is my perception of the book. Personally I have not been able to test his exercises and program to give you my own results. I had surgery shortly after receiving a copy of this book for review and am still rehabbing. Once I am released to do more aggressive training this book will be at my side.

The only disappointment I have with the book is that the majority of the photos depicting the exercises are taken of males. Given the number of females Kai has worked with and…the title of this book…I would think that showing women doing the exercises as described would be a more logical approach to this training program. Other than that I think the program presents a well balanced and segmented approach to achieving the results you want at the level your own level.

Once I give it a go I will be back to share my results.

Good way to start off the new year!!!

 

Thanks for visiting Ladies on the Tee at www.ladiesonthetee.com.  I think you will enjoy reading all of these books or perhaps know someone who will. All books in this series of reviews have been provided to me at no cost.  However, my reviews are based on my opinion without regard to the source of the books.

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1 Comment on Great Gifts for Golfers and NonGolfers Part Three

  1. I like anika sorenstam she was one of the best, I never knew she put so much effort into her fitness.

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