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Lesson 1: Introduction and Weight-Loss Plan

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Lesson 1: Introduction and Weight Loss
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OVERVIEW

Instead of lamenting your loss of distance or rising scores, take charge and fight the effects of age on your golf game. Golf Digest Fitness Editor Ron Kaspriske introduces a comprehensive system for improving your fitness in three critical areas: mobility, stability and power. He also discusses a simple calorie-in, calorie-out program for losing that extra weight.

Lesson 2: Mobility
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  • Lengthening your golf swing
  • How to decrease low-back pain
  • Restoring mobility in your hips
  • Exercises that reduce risk of injury

Fit at 50

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Lesson 1: Introduction and Weight-Loss Plan
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Lesson 2: Mobility
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Lesson 3: Stability
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Lesson 4: Power
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Lesson 5: 20 in 20
Fit at 50INDEX
Lesson 1: Introduction and Weight Loss
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Lesson 1: Introduction and Weight-Loss Plan
  • What does it mean to be fit?
  • How to build an exercise program
  • The simple secret to weight loss
  • A cardio boost without the treadmill
Lesson 2: Mobility
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Lesson 2: Mobility
  • Lengthening your golf swing
  • How to decrease low-back pain
  • Restoring mobility in your hips
  • Exercises that reduce risk of injury
Lesson 3: Stability
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Lesson 3: Stability
  • Working the key core muscles
  • Leg-strengthening exercises
  • Tapping a new power source
  • How to swing faster—and in balance
Lesson 4: Power
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Lesson 4: Power
  • Re-training fast-twitch muscles
  • Increasing your hip speed
  • Exercises for better sequencing
  • Safe ways to increase power
Lesson 5: 20 in 20
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Lesson 5: 20 in 20
  • The 20-minute mobility workout
  • The 20-minute stability workout
  • The 20-minute power workout
  • Creating your own fitness routines