Although golf may not be the most physically demanding sport, it is definitely one of the most technically difficult sports to master. With so many different moving parts in a swing - the right grip, stance, and ball placement; hip rotation, shoulder rotation, club head position, breaking your wrists, the follow through, and so much more - it’s easy to get discouraged and not know how to improve.
Golf is a sport that affords you a lot of time for thinking, and, as a result, is a game that can feel like it’s unraveled completely after a few bad shots. Unfortunately, in a game where a round can last up to five hours, you get plenty of time to sap your own confidence and get caught up in your own head. So golf improvement often starts with knowing how to focus better – increasing your focus to decrease your score.
Golf is, arguably more than any other, a sport about focus. So, we took some time to compile, from the masters of golf, mental tips for focus and concentration that can benefit your game. Here is what they’ve had to say over the years.
As the 2021 NBA season has gone on, it has been extremely rewarding for us to catch up with NBA all-star and point guard for the Milwaukee Bucks Jrue Holiday, hear about how he’s doing, and learn how he’s been using our smart compression sleeves to improve his focus and reduce his stress both before games and during practices.
Tennis is an amazing game and a great way to pass a sunny weekend afternoon. If you’re looking for some drills for tennis fitness, look no further – we’ve compiled some of our own drills to run in our free time and want to share them with you today!