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Have you heard the term “stretch and keep playing”? These words hold true no matter how old or how young of a golfer you are. It’s never too early or too late to start a regimented routine of stretching. The short amount of time you will spend doing simple movements with Golflexx will lengthen the small and large muscle groups used in the golf swing, get the blood circulating to help prevent injury and help you enjoy the game of golf long into your later years of life.

One of the more important areas of the body needing to be warmed up prior to swinging a club is the ribcage and the surrounding muscle groups. This area is one that seemingly gets overlooked by golfers. The action of switching from the top of your backswing into the downward movement of your follow through puts an undue amount of stress on your ribcage. Rib injuries can occur due to a variety of other motions particular to different sports including golf. Stretching that part of your upper body is essential before any taking a club into your backswing, then into your full front swing.

By using Golflexx and following our simple routine, Dr. Fox describes in exercise number 2 how to rotate your core properly  which will warm the long ligaments and muscle groups between the ribs known as the intercostal muscle group.

Our patented approach to pre-loading your Golflexx, something that can’t be done with any of your clubs, will allow the major muscles used in your golf swing to properly circulate the blood necessary for a proper stretch, preventing injury.

After using Golflexx for the first time you will never leave your home without it in your bag. If you find that hard to believe just go to our website and see for yourself, people just like you have posted testimonials and continue to do so.

Take advantage of our March Madness by purchasing your Golflexx and getting a second Golflexx at half price with FREE shipping. Visit us on the web at for details.

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Tony Benach


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In between the bouts of shoveling and snowboarding I have been incorporating the Golfflexx almost daily.  So far so good.  My shoveling form is top notch ;)  Hopefully whenever spring comes I will be able to report back properly.


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It's gonna be a long winter! Glad your using it and someday you'll be able to take it on the course. Happy snow shoveling.


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