More Powerful Swing

The box jump is the staple of lower body power training. When done correctly it enhances your ability to convert elastic potential energy into kinetic energy or movement. Pay particular attention to my 5 cues. FORM ECCENTRIC LOADING AMORTIZATION PHASE BE FAST LAND SOFT (heel to toe) You can progress this exercise by making the […]

How To Fix Rotator Cuff Pain

Improve the performance of your rotator cuff to increase distance and consistency. Your rotator cuff is comprised of 4 muscles. SUPRASPINATUS INFRASPINATUS TERES MINOR SUBSCAPULARIS They all originate from the shoulder blade and insert directly into the shoulder capsule.  Supraspinatus originates from the top part of the shoulder blade and inserts into the top of […]

Increase Clubhead Speed and Stop Neck Pain

We can add 5 MPH to your clubhead speed by fixing the things that are making your neck hurt. A forward head posture is making your neck hurt and decreasing your distance off the tee. HOW? Because posture is the foundation of all your movements, including your swing sequence. Simply put, if you have bad […]

FOLLOW-ALONG 20 Minute Glute Circuit for Golf

The gluteus maximus and gluteus medius are two muscles that are EXTREMELY important for golf. The gluteus maximus is the primary hip extensor and is the most important muscle for generating speed during your downswing.  It is commonly referred to as the “King of the Golf Swing”. The gluteus medius is the primary frontal plane […]

Is Low Back Pain Killing Your Golf Game?

Use this Weird 11-minute movement routine before your next round to help turn your joints into elastic springs and cut back pain by 50% (and improve your swing)

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Exercises to Improve Your Stability During Your Swing Sequence

A sway is too much lateral movement away from the target during your backswing, this sets you up poorly for your downswing, causes timing issues and forces your upper body to dominate the downswing, which results in a loss of power. A slide is too much lateral movement towards the target during your downswing, this […]

How To Fix Your Tight Hamstrings

Why do people stretch their hamstrings. Well, because their hamstrings feel tight. But, all three hamstrings cross your hip and are attached to your pelvis.  What’s one of the most common postural dysfunctions people have? An anterior pelvic tilt.   Remember in the previous video we talked about how sitting can cause your hip flexor complex […]

Fix This Swing Killer

h In this video we are discussing Lumbo Pelvic Hip Complex dysfunction – or how it’s commonly referred to as lower crossed syndrome – and we’ll learn how this dysfunction reduces your ability to generate power during your downswing, leads to swing fault, inconsistent ball striking, and low back pain. Lower crossed syndrome is one […]