Do You Know if Your Body is Working Properly,
So You can Swing your Golf Club Efficiently?
Your Body-Swing Connection is the most important tool you own in golf or any other sport. I have been learning from Dr. Greg Rose, Dave Phillips, and Lance Gill of Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) since 2008. TPI has gathered data on golfers of all shapes, sizes, ages, and fitness levels since 2003. TPI has discovered how a properly functioning body allows a golfer to swing a golf club efficiently. Evaluation of the golfer’s functional movement allows me to determine your physical limitations. These limitations affect the golf swing and can potentially lead to injury.
Your body works in an alternating pattern of mobility and stability in your joints. If this pattern is altered, then DYSFUNCTION AND COMPENSATION will change the efficiency of your golf swing and increase your risk of injuries.
- Mobility is the combination of normal joint range of motion and proper muscular flexibility.
- Stability is the combination of 3 things: Balance, Strength, and Muscular Endurance. It is the ability to remain unchanged or aligned in the presence of outside forces.
Every golfer knows you need to be flexible to play golf! Flexibility is one of the physical prerequisites that will allow you to get your body into position to execute a repeatable and powerful golf swing. It is what is lacking in the majority of amateur golfers of any age.
Until you can get into a position where you can move the joints the way they need to move, it will be very difficult to enhance your power and hit the ball with consistency. If we look at most people that struggle with golf, it’s because they lack mobility.
If You Do Not Know How Your Body Functions Affect Your Golf Swing
Email or Call Greg and Schedule a Time
To Determine Your Golf Fitness Handicap