GolfGym TG1-122 PowerSwing Trainer - Masters Edition
GolfGym TG1-122 PowerSwing Trainer - Masters Edition
GolfGym TG1-122 PowerSwing Trainer - Masters Edition

GolfGym TG1-122 PowerSwing Trainer - Masters Edition

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5 of 5 Stars! Rating 5 | 6 reviews


   

Model: GYM-TG1-122    Have Questions ?
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by John albright Date Added: Monday 26 August, 2013

My 9 year old daugter is core training to get her club head speed up. This works great but it's realy no different than any band system but with a fancy golf grip. The golf grip actually makes it harded to do Other work outs with your bands. Only comes with three bands so you are limited on how much resistance you can acheive. But overall it does what it says it does

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
by MARK M OBRIEN Date Added: Saturday 30 March, 2013

Fairly simple device, and could have been more reasonably priced. However does work muscles in a direction that you use while playing.You feel results quickly. As soon as the snow melts, I'll find out how much? Thanks!

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
by KB Date Added: Thursday 23 February, 2012

I live in the northeast and can't golf in the winter so I thought this might be a good product to help me do some golf specific exercises. I like the golf grip and the different strength bands are great. It was harder than I expected but makes for a good workout. I can't comment on how it will help my golf game but if you do the exercises right it definitely works the core, arms and other golfing muscles. It might be a little expensive for workout bands but I think it's worth it for the golf grip. I golf lefty and ordered the right handed one, emailed customer service and they called me the next day and sent me a lefthanded grip for shipping cost.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Bill Talbot Date Added: Monday 01 August, 2011

So far, the GolfGym PowerSwing Trainer is a great product. I've owned it for about a month. I love the versatility of the GolfGym in how quickly I can change from one exercise to another. In doing so, I'm able to get a pretty complete workout in about 1/2 hr. to include shoulders, arms, torso, and legs. I don't need a lot of space and it's compact enough to easy pack in my suitcase for business trips and vacations. Now the $64,000 question, does it work...the answer is yes. The proof for me is my golf game. Recently, I noticed that when I make a good swing my drives and/or fairway shots are a little longer plus my back and shoulders aren't as sore at the end of the round.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Steven Jackson Date Added: Sunday 18 October, 2009

My fitness trainer (who has a 1.6 index) recommended that I purchase and use a GolfGym Powerswing. I have had two shoulder surgeries in the past and no longer lift weights. My objective was to increase my endurance and improve my golf game. The GolfGym is great device. The Master's Edition contains a golf club training grip and 3 resistance bands (light, medium and heavy). Within 2 weeks of steady use I have noticed that my endurance has improved and I am rotating around my back leg rather than swaying. I also feel strong late in the round when I normally start getting sloppy. My index has dropped from a 12.9 to an 11.7 (and getting lower). I attribute this to the GolfGym and a walking/jogging program. After 4 or 5 weeks of using the light (yellow) band I moved up to the medium (red) band. My workout includes a full power swing, a power turn (both feet) an external rotation (both sides) and a two-handed overhead pull. The manual includes decent diagrams for these and other exercises.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Steven Jackson "svjackson" Date Added: Monday 12 October, 2009

My fitness trainer (who has a 1.6 index) recommended that I purchase and use a GolfGym Powerswing. I have had two shoulder surgeries in the past and no longer lift weights. My objective was to increase my endurance and improve my golf game. The GolfGym is great device. The Master's Edition contains a golf club training grip and 3 resistance bands (light, medium and heavy). Within 2 weeks of steady use I have noticed that my endurance has improved and I am rotating around my back leg rather than swaying. I also feel strong late in the round when I normally start getting sloppy. My index has dropped from a 12.9 to an 11.7 (and getting lower). I attribute this to the GolfGym and a walking/jogging program.After 4 or 5 weeks of using the light (yellow) band I moved up to the medium (red) band. My workout includes a full power swing, a power turn (both feet) an external rotation (both sides) and a two-handed overhead pull. The manual includes decent diagrams for these and other exercises.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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