Top Online Golf Fitness Training Site Launches New Site Re-Design After 5 Years On The Net

August 16, 2005 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports News

Mike Pedersen, CPT
28248 N. Tatum Blvd
Suite B-1 #155
Cave Creek, Arizona 85331
Phone: 480-575-1080

Cave Creek, AZ – August 16, 2005 — With the obvious emphasis on golf exercise and golf training being brought up in the media…golfers are flocking to the Internet for golf exercises, golf fitness, golf workouts and overall golf training programs.

Mike Pedersen, President and Founder of the Net’s first online golf performance program (founded in 2001) has just launched a major site re-design, to better get his message across to golfers from all over the world, pertaining to the importance of golf fitness, golf exercise and overall golf performance.

Pedersen’s site has members in over 50 countries and boasts a whopping 10,000 plus golfers who have jumped aboard his Power Performance Program since going launching in 2001. According to Mr. Pedersen, his demographic is the older golfer, with declining physical abilities wanting to enjoy golf in the later years. “I review every golfers profile that comes through and can say with confidence golfers are becoming more and more interested in golf exercise later in life”.

The beauty for the program is convenience, ease-of-use and affordability. Pedersen states, “for a golfer to pursue a fitness trainer would cost anywhere from $40 per one hour session to over $200 per session. That would be in the hundreds of dollars per month! I wanted to put an online golf performance program out there that was affordable for every golfer”.

Mr. Pedersen has been working with golfers exclusively for over 12 years and has seen improvement in over 8,000+ golfers from his program in the past 4 years. His program is covers every aspect of golf performance; with online video demonstrations, step-by-step instruction, golf fitness programs based on the level of fitness of the golfer, and a complete and “all-encompassing” section of cutting-edge information pertaining to driving distance, accuracy, consistency, power, putting, mental, injuries, motivation and much more.

Pedersen states, “I really want to get a strong message out there to all golfers. The message is this. It’s your BODY that’s keeping you from achieving your true potential. If I can touch one golfer everyday, I’d be a very happy person.”