I Have a Question for You

Would your golf game be better if you hit the ball farther and straighter?

Hell yes, right!

Are you working on your swing mechanics, but see little improvement once you leave the range?

You aren’t alone.

It’s Time to Change It Up

Stop practicing without getting results.

Mobility & stability limitations cause swing characteristics you hear instructors mention i.e. early extension, over-the-top, etc.

It’s difficult to improve your swing if you can’t place your body into the correct positions.

You can’t swing like Dustin Johnson if you can’t move like Dustin Johnson.

The lack of mobility will cause you to exhibit one or more of the 12 most common swing characteristics that lead to poor shot making.

But there’s good news!  Mobility & stability issues can be easily diagnosed and corrected with simple exercises.

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Swing Characteristics

Learn more about the 12 most common swing characteristics including how to identify them in your swing.

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Mobility & Stability

Learn how improving mobility & stability will help your golf game. And why it’s important to fix any mobility dysfunction before adding strength exercises.

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Golf Training Programs

Are you interested in a golf conditioning program or courses? I have several programs and courses to meet your training goals.

Golf Fitness Blog

What Do You Need To Do To Increase Your Driver Swing Speed?

We all want to increase our driver swing speed. Comparing the swings of the longest hitters might give us a clue as to what will help our golf swings the most. Common swing traits of the long hitters can be assumed to be important if we apply these characteristics to our swings in all likelihood we will increase our swing speed. The common traits amongst the long hitters are good ankle mobility, strong glutes, the ability to separate movement between the upper and lower body, and being able to freely posteriorly and anteriorly tilt the pelvis.

Is Muscle Activation a Thing? Why Workout Cues are Important

Is Muscle Activation a Thing? Why Workout Cues are Important  Muscle activation and deactivation is the most important concept to understand in golf fitness and to learn during a golf conditioning program. Big statement, I know. It's hard to argue against, though. The...

Cervical Rotation Test – Does Your Neck Limit the Backswing?

Cervical Rotation Test - Does Your Neck Limit the Backswing? That's right your neck could be limiting the length of your backswing.  At least the amount of effective rotation. If you can't touch your collarbone with your chin then most likely you have a short...

3 Additional Swing Characteristics Added to TPI’s Evaluation

3 Additional Swing Characteristics Added to TPI's Evaluation Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) has changed up their swing characteristic evaluations. Previously, TPI focused on the 12 most common swing characteristics. I have written extensively about these 12...

Tips for Starting a Golf Fitness Workout Program

Here are some tips for starting a golf fitness workout program. In reality, the tips work for anyone that is looking to get back in the gym. Every day people decide that today is the day to get back into shape. Whether they are trying to improve sport specific...

Wrist Extension or Cupping – Mobility Test for Golfers

Wrist extension or cupping is the sixth mobility screen I use to evaluate the mobility and stability of golfers. The lack of wrist mobility during the backswing and downswing can lead to swing compensations that will cause inconsistent ball striking and could lead to...

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