Play Golf Forever: A physiotherapist’s guide to golf fitness and health for the over 50s

August 26, 2019 - Comment

Play Golf Forever is a practical guide to slowing down the gradual decline in your body as you get older. Suzanne Clark has 30 years’ experience as a physiotherapist and is a keen, all-round sports player. She explains in layman’s terms how your body works when you play golf and what you can do to

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Play Golf Forever is a practical guide to slowing down the gradual decline in your body as you get older. Suzanne Clark has 30 years’ experience as a physiotherapist and is a keen, all-round sports player. She explains in layman’s terms how your body works when you play golf and what you can do to make it healthier and fitter to enable you to play for longer. She describes how to strengthen key muscles as part of the everyday tasks you already do, how to prevent injury and what to do if you are injured. This book is for all the over 50s who want to keep playing golf.

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Anonymous says:

An excellent self-help book that’s well worth the investment While I am not one of those players that seem to be ‘permanently injured’, I have found in recent years that when I do have a problem it is noticeable just how much longer it takes to heal than when my teenage daughter gets injured. She seems to bounce back in a week whereas I find I am out of the game for several. I have learned that getting the right rehabilitation exercises in place quickly and, better still, preventative exercises are key, but the problem is finding out which exercises are…

Anonymous says:

Quite helpful This book is quite helpful, but I was surprised at the lack of mention of other modalities that can help with sports injuries. For example PEMF therapy and Red Light therapy. One would have thought that a professional physiotherapist would be aware of the existence of such things especially since they are being used more and more by professional sports people. THe only thing she mentions is anti-inflammatory treatment, which if used long term can cause such dire side effects as stomach…

Anonymous says:

Good, simple, exercises. I am sure the book will do as it states, but I hope it will take me another 30+ years to find out.The exercises are good and will certainly help maintain flexibility. Adding these to some HIIT for weight loss will certainly benefit my game.

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