BODY FOR GOLF
"The Most Trusted Golf Fitness Program on the Internet"
Become Golf Strong
Golf strong - it's something every golfer needs regardless of age, handicap or skill level. Short game masters need arm and wrist strength. Long game masters need full body strength.
Build Your Foundation
You need stability, strength, mobility and flexibility if you want to play consistent golf. You do not have to exercise every day or for long periods of time. Just 15 minutes a couple of times per week.
Access Our Movement Matrix
The turning motion of the body is needed for essential skill building in golf. Movement training is far more effective and different than simple weight lifting. Access our exclusive Movement Matrix for golf.
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Let's find out what you know about your body and your swing...
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We have put together a challenging golf quiz to find out what you really know (and understand) about the connection between your body and your game.
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"I am now down 7 strokes in one season.”
I have been golfing for years with very little movement in my handicap. Since I started your program I am now down 7 strokes in one season. I can’t wait to see the progress this year.
“It accelerates the learning process dramatically.”
“We have golfers from all over the world ranging in ages and each has limitations that are very specific. With this program, we have an opportunity to allow each student to progress individually.
It accelerates the learning process dramatically."
Director of the Gary Gilchrist Academy
“My shoulder turn improved about 30 to 40% atleast..”
"I really got a lot more flexible. My shoulder turn improved about 30-40% at least. My hip rotation really improved also. I learned that my glutes, hip flexors, and hamstrings had a whole lot more to do with golf than I had ever imagined."
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Good posture for the golf swing can greatly influence your ability to produce power. Without stability of your posture, a powerful and effective golf swing is very difficult and can result in injury and strains.
Along with faster, more fluid club head speed comes increased drive distance. The two principles work hand in hand. Since this is the one quality almost every golfer seeks to improve. Let’s look at how to make this happen.
A golfer’s focus should always be on restoring normal range of motion to their joints before progressing onto more advanced strength and power programs. Here are 4 simple rules to follow.
One of the important lessons of Martial Arts training is the ability to use hip rotation as a way to generate power and speed for maximum impact. See how this applies to the golf swing.
We all want to improve driving distance off the tee. Studies continue to show that driving distance and club head speed are positively impacted through plyometric training.
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