GML FITNESS

Golf's Missing Link

This first of a kind golf specific fitness program is designed for golfers of all levels. Download the GML App and start improving your golf game today.

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About GML

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Golf's Missing Link is the result of working with thousands of golfers from beginners to touring professionals. By observing and identifying the patterns and consistencies, a series of elements became obvious that every golfer required in order to improve efficiently.

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App Features

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Detailed Workouts

Specific guidance is offered to ensure the relevant muscle groups are worked enough, then rested appropriately, to gain optimal results.

Ball Flight Specifics

This test makes the app golf specific to everyone who completes the drill which determine the fitness program best suited to them.

Workout Calendar

This feature allows participants to see exactly what is required of them each day helping them navigate each individual workout.

Golf Drills

The drills at each level have been designed to support and match the new physical improvements as a user works through their program.

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Earn Workout Credits

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Find your referral code in the account page and share with friends to earn more workout credits when they sign up!

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Why do I have RSI?

Jan 13

Repetitive strain injury (RSI) is the term used to describe a range of painful conditions of the muscles, tendons and other soft tissues. It is mainly caused by repetitive use of part of the body, usually related to a task or occupation. Leisure activities can also be a cause, especially sports of a repetitive nature, however RSI does not necessarily involve repetition of the same movement.

How much impact does a proper warm up routine have on your score?

Jan 13

Seeing players on professional tours spending an hour plus warming up before their round is not just a marketing ploy in order to sell more range balls worldwide, they do it because warming up properly makes a massive difference to performance. You wouldn’t see a sprinter turn up to the blocks with no warm up and try...