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I have missed a few days here and there, but I have stayed pretty true to the workout program.  I just finished my 29th day, which was a main workout day, meaning I was doing more weights than core and cardio.  The main workouts are getting tougher and tougher as they are incorporating more isolation movements with weights and the swiss ball. Needless to say, I am beat.  I only have 13 total more workouts to complete my 6 week program.  This has is/was definitely what I needed to get my motivation back to get back in shape.  Now that I am seeing results (on the course and physically), my motivation is only getting stronger.  I am not sure what I am going to do after my 6 weeks are up.  I am thinking I will keep the last few workouts as my staples for the gym and slowly increase the reps and weights.

I'm not trying to sound like an advertisement for www.GolfconditioningNow.com, but this had been way better than I expected.  In addition, having someone like Grant who I can ask questions, get motivation, and check in on me makes it better than trying to piece some type of workout from the internet and hoping that I am doing the exercised right and that they are exactly what I need for golf and most importantly me personally. I highly recommend this.

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Finished!

I finished the workout over the weekend and thoroughly enjoyed it. I was nervous at first because the exercises and workouts seemed a little easy, but they got more and more advanced as the weeks progressed.  As I said previously, by the end there were some really difficult exercises that incorporated the swiss ball and isolated specific muscles.

Without question, this was exactly what I needed to get back in the gym and I am going to keep this type of workout moving forward. Before starting with Grant, I was doing the old Monday=Chest, Tues=Back, Wed=Shoulders, etc routine.  In contrast, this program works the entire body on weight training days and had lots of core and cardio sprinkled in between.

I have always prided myself on being up to date on workouts, training methods, etc, but this workout also included many exercises that I have never done. Not only core exercises, but dumbbell movements as well.

If you're looking for a true golf training program, this is it.

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Dr Fu:  Great to hear that the Golf Conditioning Now training program worked so well for you!  I loved hearing about your journey along the way, thanks for sharing your experience with us.

For everyone else that wants to see results and give the program a try in the convenience of your own home - Grant has released a DVD of his workout at a limited time, low introductory price. Check it out!

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