Golf - Functional Training

Clubs don’t play the game, the golfer does! The only way to achieve a lower handicap is to improve the function of the golfer, the person who actually swings the club.


What is the most important tool for golf? The Golfer - Paul Chek

 

Proper self conditioning is vital to reach peak performance. Through the process of holistic personal training we will together create a blueprint for Deep health in your life.

Golf Performance

The following physical factors contribute to Golf Performance:
  • Flexibility
  • Muscular balance
  • Static & Dynamic stability
  • And affect ball flight factors such as:
  • Clubface Alignment
  • Swing Path
  • Hitting the Sweet Spot
  • Angle of Attack

Strength & power directly effects club head speed which equals longer drives and more controlled iron play. My unique system for training golfers looks at the whole body

Functional Golf Protocol :

  • Balance & proprioception
  • Overall Flexibility
  • Core stability and strength
  • Strength & Power
  • Rotational kinetic chain
  • Broad and specific nutrition
  • Goal setting and basic golf psychology