Total Golf Fitness Part 4

Denis Thompson, developer of ARPwave, joins Arron Oberholser and the Golf Fitness Academy to demonstrate the simplicity of appropriate recovery utilizing the EVO System.

Just as in loosening, where the appropriate stimulus is applied to prepare the body for the desired performance display, it is equally important to recovery the body after the display. This avoids the stiff and soreness commonly felt after performance training, and playing on the green.

Even utilizing the EVO System all aspects of performance are attended to through Neurological Stimulation.

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“We took professional golfer Arron Oberholser through a warm-up, an upper body workout, and a lower body workout in Parts 1-3. And now, along with ARPwave developer Denis Thompson, we will take Aaron through what I consider the most important part, the recovery.”

“As we train, or as we play a round of golf, the muscles shorten. What we want to do is immediately bring back its length through recovery.”

“All we are going to do is put the electrodes on Aarons lower back and have him go through his range of motion exercise (see video), simply rotating from side to side. So what we are doing is taking a muscle that is fatigued and immediately recovering it.”

“It’s important for you to know that when you work out, and you wake up in the morning and you’re not sore, a lot of people think they didn’t get a good workout. In fact, a lot of golfers after playing 18 holes wake up and they are stiff and sore and would have trouble going out the next day. With just 5 seconds on the ARPwave, they would be able to go out the next day.”

“And that is key, for any of you who work out or play any kind of sport. It’s like the pitcher sticking his elbow in a bucket of ice, attempting to take the inflammation away, to start getting ready to play again. Well our pitchers don’t use ice. They just simply relax the muscle and elongate it using the ARPwave.”

“We are mimicking some of the exercises we did in the workout phase, but we are not using any resistance and we are using a very low current. The reason for this is that we don’t want the muscle to contract, we want it to relax.”

“We use this technology for people from all walks of life. If you have pain, you can get rid of pain. If you want to increase your range of motion, you can increase your range of motion”.

“Aaron, I know you consider this your secret weapon, so thanks for sharing with us. People are going to look at this and say hey, I can shorten my workouts, I can speed my recovery, I can get loose and play loose . . . . . where can I get this done?”

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