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3 things you can learn from Tiger's comebacks

Do you ever wonder how Tiger still manages to compete? News reporters, former tour players and medical doctors have been writing him off for years. Here are 3 things you can learn from his many golfing returns.. 1. Importance of proper training and conditioning Woods' injuries highlight the importance of proper training and conditioning in your golfing pursuit. If you can maintain your strength, flexibility, and overall fitness, you can accelerate your rehab back to the course. There is a lot of evidence to suggest that if your strength decreases, re-injury rates increase. 2. Adaptability and resilience Despite facing numerous hurdles, Tiger has demonstrated remarkable courage throughout his career. His ability to overcome injuries and setbacks serves as a powerful reminder that your circumstances are not always permanent and that with determination, you can overcome adversity. Recent golfers who have struggled to return to the tour after injury include Anthony Kim and Nick Watney. 3. Getting swift and high level care As you may know, if you don't seek prompt medical attention for an injury, it can get worse. Tiger works closely with skilled medical professionals who specialise in golf injuries and rehabilitation. By seeking help, you will likely get back to the course faster than if you went on your own journey. Are you struggling with stiffness, soreness or an injury? I can help If you want to move better, feel better and play better golf than you are in the right place. Simply book in a complimentary call below to discuss your current situation. During the call we will have a detailed conversation with actionable advice and a game plan to help you improve as fast as possible. Simply click the button below. I look forward to working with you.

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