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Next you will want to work on your back. Lye down on your stomach and lift both your upper body and lower body off the ground as far as you can. Basically, the only area that should be touching the floor is the area just above and below your waste. Hold this position for as long as you can (it won’t be very long).
For better abdominal muscles, use this workout routine – do this every other day and you will get great results. Your abs are the same as your other muscles, needing recovery time. They need rest so that they can repair. The appearance of your muscles may be lacking, especially if you overtax them during each Golfing. If your muscle gain is faster than your fat loss, your stomach may appear to bulge out.
As always right before every golf round you should stretch and do some exercise to limber up. Then you should find ways to clear your mind and relax. The fastest way to lower your score is by putting better, no more three putts.
Omega-3 fatty acids are vital for the body, but their best sources are fish and eggs. However, vegans and vegetarians can pick up this nutrient from leafy green vegetables, hemp seeds, pumpkin seeds, flax seeds, walnuts, canola oil and soya bean oil.