Fitness

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Titles Performance Institute Golf Fitness Evaluation

The Titleist Performance Institute golf fitness evaluation consists of a series of functional screens designed to evaluate the body’s ability or inability to perform an efficient golf swing. TPI has evaluated thousands of golfers ranging from the weekend warrior up to the PGA tour to determine the most effective physical screening process. I personally have… Read More »

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Corrective Exercise Programs

The golfer’s most common injury sites are the low back, shoulder, knee, elbow and wrist. The practice of corrective exercise is designed to address these injuries as well as postural and structural flaws while improving strength, balance and speed. Through technology and education, even clients are beginning to understand that achieving their end goal might… Read More »

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Golf Specific Strengthening Programs

Golf specific strength and conditioning program focuses on all of the active muscles in your swing, making you solid over the ball, providing greater distance and allowing you to maintain proper positioning for the entire round. Exercises and drills are performed to increase strength in the exact positions where weakness and stress occur in the… Read More »

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Power and Swing Speed Training

What’s the secret to hitting longer drives? Well, quite simply it is a matter of club head speed, and club head speed is ultimately determined by how quickly your muscles respond and contract. Pure strength may make you stronger, but it won’t maximize your speed. In fact, training to increase your strength could actually make… Read More »

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12 Common Swing Flaws Listed In Order Of Occurrence

Loss of Posture- This occurs when there is any significant deviation in the golfer’s original set up angles during the golf swing. Early Extension- This occurs when the lower body does not rotate through impact. Instead, the lower body pushes forward towards the golf ball. Casting- This fault is caused by any premature release of the wrist angles… Read More »