Colin Montgomerie has a new fitness regime using a state-of-the-art training aid.
His revolutionary fitness machine is claimed to be one of the most efficient training devices in the world.
Monty, Lee Westwood and Darren Clarke are among many tour pros whoa are using the Power Plate.
A short workout on one is the equivalent of 60 minutes conventional exercise in the gym, and is an ideal way to warm-up.
Apart from building strength and tone, performing dynamic stretching movements on Power Plate can also help you improve your range of motion and give you the edge over your competitors.
Westwood says: "It is very useful for stretching and can also give an excellent leg massage”.
Power Plate works by transferring vibrations to muscles, enabling them to contract and relax up to 50 times a second in a reflex action. A static or dynamic pose, held for up to 60 seconds at a time, activates multiple muscle groups simultaneously to improve muscle strength, power, performance, flexibility and range of motion.
Monty added: “It complements my fitness routine, it’s great for increasing strength and has helped me increase my range of mobility in my lower back and I feel more flexible after I have used it.”