By Mike Pedersen, Author, Golf Fitness Guide

This goes for both the guys and the gals.  The only difference is
the gals are a little smaller, but just as toned.

If you've ever done a standard bicep curl for your
know how to do them, right?

Well, if you want to improve your golf game...don't ever do them
that way again!



Here's why I'm so adamant about this.

If you look at how you grip your club and how you do a standard
bicep'll see a HUGE difference.

This is why I’m advising you strongly to NEVER do them that way

The standard curl has the wrists torqued outward, putting a lot
of stress on the wrist joint.

Now here's the "secret curl" you can do that will not only help
your game, but strengthen and tone those biceps.

Let your arms hang naturally down and notice the direction that
your palms are facing.

They are facing each other.  Right?

Well that's how you should hold the dumbbell when you're doing
your “golf-specific” bicep curl.

Doesn't that make sense?

If you want to improve your golf game, you would NEVER torque
your wrists outward to do a golf-specific arm exercise would you?

No way!

This is just one modification I believe is critical in pursuing a truly
“golf-specific” fitness routine.  

It's not rocket science, but you really do have to put some
thought into it.

Or hire a fitness trainer who really knows the golf swing.

Mike Pedersen is a golf fitness expert and founder of the
Power Performance Program.
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