Are you giving your golf game everything you can?
If you’re one of those people who enjoys golf and wants to improve your game, maybe it’s time you start looking at what you can do to condition yourself off the course instead of just focusing on what you do on the course to improve your game.
As you age, you will naturally lose muscle, along with strength and power if you don’t exercise properly to prevent it. It only makes sense that with a loss of strength and power, even a consistent golfer would lose distance in their drive. That can be downright depressing. No one wants their game to get worse and get out-driven by all their buddies.
If you don’t have the proper strength, power, mobility, stability, flexibility, and stamina it will show in your golf game.
Common Issues Golfers Battle:
- Loss of Shoulder Turn
- Inability to Separate Torso from Pelvis
- Loss of Golf Specific Flexibility
- Loss of Golf Specific Strength
- Balance Disturbances
Every golfer goes through a golf fitness assessment with us before starting their training program. This is designed to identify inadequate mobility, flexibility, stability, strength, and motor coordination that can be correlated to specific faults in the golf swing. They include issues with:
Once these limitations have been identified, a customized prescription of stretches, strength training, stability training, and functional drills can be designed to eliminate the player’s issues and elevate their game.
What can my Golf Fitness Program Do for You?
- Increase your energy and stamina
- Add Jaw-Dropping Distance to Your Drives
- Increase your overall game and play like a pro
- Remove Physical Limitations
- Increase Golf Specific Flexibility
- Increase Club Head Speed
- Restore Proper Body Sequence
- Improve joint specific mobility and stability to prevent and reduce golf-related injuries
The best golfers in the world make fitness and injury prevention a high priority- shouldn’t you do the same?