Mike Malaska: Balancing Your Body

When it comes to playing golf, consistency is key and your body plays a big role in that. Mike Malaska, a golf instructor, explains that balancing your body is essential to playing any sport, including golf. He suggests that men should do a few exercises every day to ensure their body is balanced and ready to play.

Contracting and Elongating

Mike Malaska explains that when swinging right-handed, one side of the body is contracting and the other is elongating. He suggests that to balance this out, one should use a left-handed club and make swings with it. Even if one does not hit balls with the left-handed club, just making the opposite motion is beneficial for the body.

Spatial Awareness

Malaska also explains that when swinging left-handed, one’s brain starts to recognize and focus more on what is going on because it is not used to doing it. He suggests that when struggling on the golf course, one should turn around and make some swings left-handed. This will help with spatial awareness and give one a better feel for their swing when turning back to right-handed.

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Mike Malaska: Balancing Your Body

When it comes to playing golf, consistency is key and your body plays a big role in that. Mike Malaska, a golf instructor, explains that balancing your body is essential to playing any sport, including golf. He suggests that men should do a few exercises every day to ensure their body is balanced and ready to play.

Contracting and Elongating

Mike Malaska explains that when swinging right-handed, one side of the body is contracting and the other is elongating. He suggests that to balance this out, one should use a left-handed club and make swings with it. Even if one does not hit balls with the left-handed club, just making the opposite motion is beneficial for the body.

Spatial Awareness

Malaska also explains that when swinging left-handed, one’s brain starts to recognize and focus more on what is going on because it is not used to doing it. He suggests that when struggling on the golf course, one should turn around and make some swings left-handed. This will help with spatial awareness and give one a better feel for their swing when turning back to right-handed.

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Conclusion

Balancing Your Body is essential for playing golf and any other sport. Mike Malaska suggests that men should use a left-handed club and make swings with it every day to ensure their body is balanced. He also suggests that when struggling on the golf course, one should turn around and make some swings left-handed to regain their feel for their swing.

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While on the range, put three balls down on a tee and start with hitting the first ball at 50%. What that allows you to do is stay under control through the swing. Once you feel more comfortable and consistent with your swing, up your pace to 75%…then to 100%

This allows you to FEEL your golf swing! Check this tip out from 2011  PGA National Golf of the Year, Mike Malaska!