We’re 15% done with the training program when we finish Tathata Golf Day 9 training!
Today is a three-part video that covers the Warm Up shown on Day 1, a quicker Body Movement B, and a short version of Mind Training 1.
Don’t Get Discouraged
I realize, especially if you’re clicking through these training summary posts that we seem to be doing the same exercises over and over again.
Remember, this is a training program and the best way to train the body to do a movement correctly is to repeat that process daily. The Tathata Golf Training Program is any different than what you’d get from a trainer at a gym.
A workout that has several exercises that you repeat for a week or more.
It takes a while for the nervous system to fire the muscles correctly and the repetitive nature is building better mobility and flexibility in your body.
Tathata Golf Day 9
So first we go through the warm-up routine that was presented on Day 9.
Although Byran doesn’t seem to reinforce the notion that the warm-up routine should be completed before training each day, you should do this warm-up routine or something similar to get the body ready for the exercises.
The warm-up routine is good enough, I’d like to see more transverse plane movements toward the end of the routine. That said, the presented warm-up will get your body ready for the next portion of the workout.
Body Movements Routine B ~30-minutes
Today’s movement routine has a little bit different view. Instead of seeing Byran from the front, the camera view is from behind.
The camera view makes it easier for you to compare your body movements with how the exercise should be done.
By now you should know the exercises.
- Drawback a Punch
- Front Arm Punch
- Swiss Ball Backswing
- Surf the Feet
- Swiss Ball Downswing
- Setting Up the Turn
- Holding the Corner
- Setting Up the Speed
- The Accelerator
- The Launch
But the from-the-behind view gives you a different perspective and it might show you a place in the exercise where your body position is correct.
The change in camera angle is a great idea.
Byran also goes through the movements much quicker with only empathize on the key points.
Each time you train these movements, you get a clearer picture of how your body truly moves to support all golfing motions.
It’s a good move.
Reverse Order Quickly
After a bit of explaining he does five repetitions of each exercise.
Then, we do one rep of each exercise in reverse order continuously without a break between them.
Again, I like doing the exercises this way because it makes you think about the exercises instead of repeating a pattern.
Mind Training 1
Next, there’s 6- or 7-minutes of mind training where we listen to Byran talk us through a self-build up.
As Much As You Want To…
You can’t dismiss this type of training because you don’t for sure if it will help.
Well, I’m not sure about you, but at least I shouldn’t dismiss the Mind Training.
Because I’m not sure this mind crap, yes I said crap, works or not. I’m not one that generally sits around and tries to convince myself of anything.
It’s just not me.
But I’m willing to give it a go, I’m going to buy into this program and do the suggested work.
I pretty much gave you my view of the mind training in the last section, hopefully, Byran can convince me and it does some good.
As far as the training exercises, having two routines, and repeating them is a good thing.
The view from behind might show you a body position you haven’t reach or gotten into yet and probably more exercise videos should show multiple views because it can be easier to see hip and shoulder positions, as well as, where the arms are once they’ve moved behind the body.
Overall, this is is a good workout. Especially, when we do the exercises in reverse order in a continuous motion.
By now, you should really feel the core tighten when you get into your stance, how the body is ready to react as we move through the exercises.
That is a summary of the Tathata Golf Training Program Day 9 video.
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