The New York Times—September 6, 2009
As Dr. Vijay Vad, a sports medicine specialist at Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan, said: “We're all living longer and people don't want to retire and sit on the couch. They know the importance of aerobic exercise, but unless they tune up their muscular-skeletal system, things often break down playing something like golf. So then they will play less, be in more pain afterward and score higher, too.”
There are a lot of ways to get started with a golf-specific exercise program. Two years ago, Vad wrote “Golf Rx,” which promotes a 15-minutes-a-day regimen.
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