Feel It In Your Bones

March 2014
Golf Digest;Mar2014, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p54
The article profiles the importance of impact therapy for maintaining good bone density and function for people in general and golfers in particular. It is reported that, according to a research published by the Geneva University Hospital in Geneva, Switzerland, regular impact on bones is necessary for healthy bones. It is reported that, the fact that impact on bones is good is an important information for golfers if they ride rather than walk while playing.


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