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An exercise routine for a golfer may vary from one to the next. Some focus on hitting the weight room, others prefer speed and agility training at the track, while many just hit the
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There is a common trend these days of boot camp classes emphasizing hip and core strength. Proximal strength prevents common injuries especially for young female athletes. An aura of invincibility accompanies our pre-pubescent years.
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