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Ordinary golf fitness routines can reinforce bad habits. Awareness, purpose, and precision are absolute musts for a truly fulfilling golf workout program.

Golfers often seek to improve their game by buying new equipment, playing more golf, or taking lessons. Although these are some possible solutions, there are many times our golf game is not a reflection of our skill as a golfer or the equipment we use. It is actually a reflection of our body’s physical limitations.


Arguably the most complicated 1.5 seconds in all of sport, a consistent golf swing requires messaging, feel and feedback through over 40 miles of nerve pathways involving virtually every muscle and joint of the body to create a controlled high speed crash of clubhead and golf ball at over 100 mph.


You’ll discover and develop your body for golf by isolating individual motion-parts of the golf swing and putting them to the purposeful work of improving your swing.



Because the golf swing happens so quickly, you need to optimize your body for the swing to create a consistent, powerful swing.

Mobility & Stability

The brain sends a message, triggering muscles to create movement in just the right sequence backwards and forwards requiring balance for stability and controlled motion at high speed along a precise path.

Strength & Speed

Through discovery, awareness, specific movement drills and repetition your brain and body share a series of ‘Ah Ha!’ moments centered around the single goal of creating the consistent powerful swing you deserve.

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According to Titleist Performance Institute (TPI), some of the most common swing limitations amateur golfers have are:

  • Loss of Posture (64.3%) – any significant alteration from the body’s original set up angles during the golf swing
  • Flat Shoulder Plane (45.2%) – when the shoulders turn on a more horizontal plane than the axis of the original spine angle
  • Early Extension (64.3%) – when the hips and spine start to go into extension or straighten up too early on the downswing
  • Casting/Early Release/Scooping (55.9%) – any premature release of the wrist angles during the downswing and through impact
  • Over-the-Top (43.5%) – when the club is thrown outside of the intended swing plane with the club head approaching the ball in an out-to-in motion

Golf swing technique can easily contribute to these statistics, but some physical reasons may also play a part. These include:

  • Inability to separate the upper and lower body
  • Inadequate core stability
  • Lack of shoulder and hip flexibility, mobility, and/or stability
  • Lack of thoracic spine mobility
  • Lack of glute and/or abdominal strength
  • Wrist flexibility
  • Limited overhead deep squat


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