Yes I know many of us (especially us men) will assume we don't need to read all that rubbish and learn it on the hop - but how many times have your children shown you how to do something much easier with one push of a button that you didn't know about?
So what about your infinitely more complex body? Are you using that correctly to perform the technically challenging movements of golf? Unfortunately your body doesn't come with an instruction manual. Yes, you you can buy an anatomy and physiology book but it won't show you how to use it - just as your car maintenance manual can't actually show you how to drive a car!
I work with many golfers and sports people who have unknowingly developed all sorts of poor movement habits because they've lost what I call the 'natural art of movement'. Sadly, many of us as adults no longer have the poise and ease of movement we had as children. We take these less than efficient bodies out onto the course and put them through some pretty complex tasks. If you're playing below your best or suffering from aching muscles in places you didn't know you had muscles, it's invariably because you not using your body well.
I see huge improvements in a player's performance when they unlearn the bad habits that prevent them moving with ease and let their natural movement flow again.
How do you know if you're using your body as well as an instruction manual might suggest? Try my Ultimate Golf Fitness Test and you might discover something really quite interesting that could be the start of a whole new approach to your game ;0)