Fitness Golf Routine

In the United States, many Americans might enjoy starting a fitness golf routine while at the same time combating one of the leading direct and indirect causes of death. The Center for Disease Control recognizes that obesity is one of most prevalent causes of various diseases including diabetes, high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease. According to the CDC, an estimated sixty-six percent of Americans are overweight. What is more distressing is that the CDC also reports that about seventeen percent of children between the ages of two and nineteen are overweight as well. It’s not the end of the world But the news is not all doom and gloom because the CDC says that to maintain a consistent healthy weight all a person has to do is lose as many calories as she/he takes in. A fitness golf routine is a much more entertaining way than plain old exercise to learn new skills and get healthy at the same time. On her/his way to a healthier body, a novice golfer should consider all aspects of a fitness golf routine because being healthy is not just about losing weight.

  • Weight Loss - Although losing weight is not the only thing to being healthy, it is one of the essential components. Less weight translates to reduced cholesterol which leads to reduced stress. By golfing a person can experience all of these benefits along with the mood lifting endorphins that result from getting exercise doing something she/he enjoys. Even walking the green on a golf course in between holes is a good way to prevent the onset of heart disease. Of course, a person considering starting any kind of exercise regimen should consult their physician.
  • Vitamin B12 - Vitamin B12 is essential to a healthy mind and nervous system which are in turn necessary to good balance and posture in golf play. Also, a person can stave off various kinds of anemias by consuming sufficient amounts of vitamin B12 as a part of her/his fitness golf routine. Meat, egg and dairy products are the most generous sources of vitamin B12.
  • Chiropractic care - Extra weight on a person can bring with it osteoarthritis because of the stress on the bone and joints. Furthermore, a person hoping to take control of their weight with a fitness golf routine should be aware of the strain that a proper golf swing places on the arms, shoulders, back and knees. Realigning a spinal disc, readjusting joints, or simply easing joint and back pain is something a chiropractor can do easily.
Because playing golf is a lot more strenuous than most people give the game credit for, chiropractic medicine is a positive addition to a person's fitness golf routine as well as their overall health.

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