just trying to counter Pedero's argument that this training method is some kind of quick fix who's benefits will soon disappear after the novelty wears off.
My goals are quite aggressive, and so I realized from the start that it would take a big commitment to realize those goals.
I have seen steady improvement throughout the training, and if your goals are more modest than mine, the commitment could be much smaller. In fact, after a year I would consider that my swing is mostly built and now I'm entering into a diminishing returns period. However, I'm not going to slow down on the exercises until I reach my ultimate goal of a 0-4 handicap. Given our 5 month golf season here in the great white north, this may take a few more seasons.
I will say that I've mostly found the training to be quite enjoyable. In fact, I find that I get quite cranky when some situation prevents me from doing my exercises! My wife has even stopped whining about losing an hour of my time each evening.
She knows how important this is to me.