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For some time I have been concerned with my own flexibility and coordination. The flexibility that I had when I was 20 was different to when I was 30 and so on. I would be quite surprised to know how much flexibility that I have lost.
So I wouldn’t mind doing something about making some improvement in this area.
Here I am doing something about it.
This is the daily routine that I intend to be following over the next 2 months for improving and maintaining fitness and golfing skill.

Have a look at it.
 Exercises, a bit of diet, feet up. I can do this.
In fact why don’t you join me in this routine? Think of it.
I invite YOU to join me in this program and after 2 months let’s see how we all went.
Come and have some fun.

I know of one person who followed the program was asked what benefit it did for them.  The reply was that after only a few days with the exercises they found that they could stand on one leg to put their sox on without falling over. Well that’s impressive.

A RECOMMENDED DAILY ROUTINE FOR IMPROVING AND MAINTAINING FITNESS AND GOLFING SKILL through your golfing season.

BEFORE BED: Cross Crawl. 100 lifts lying down and 100 lifts in the standing position   ref: (Cross Crawl Exercise)

FIRST THING IN THE MORNING:
100 cross crawls followed by knee mobilization exercise ref :( Cross crawl exercises and Divots and Knees), 3 to 4 minutes; drink two glasses of water or diluted lemon juice


BREAKFAST: A good nutritious breakfast should be the main meal of the day. Your digestive system is ready to accept food after a night's sleep

ANYTIME: Preferably before a meal, take a brisk walk or, if you're young enough, the sprint/walk routine. Do the deep breathing exercises as you go?

FEET UP: Rest on the floor with your legs and feet up the wall for 10 minutes after the walk. More on this later.

WATER: Drink six to eight glasses a day, winter and summer. No alcohol after the evening meal, and not too much before

GRAVITY: Raise the foot of your bed 10 to 12 inches (25 to 30 cm) higher than your head permanently, or rest on a slant from head to foot during the day for at least 30 minutes with your feet 18 to 24 inches (45 to 60 cm) higher than your head. More on this later.

FASTING: Go for one day a week without food



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