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Resistance Training – The Fountain of Youth 

Key Points: This article is little bit more “sciencey” and less golf specific than most of my others, but the message is extremely relevant for golfers Strength training is vitally important for quality of life during the aging process Lack of strength training will decrease your quality of life in old age and will increase…
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4 Forgotten Benefits of Golf Fitness Training

Physical training for golf is a hot topic. All the top players are doing it and highlighting it’s importance, whilst some people think its ruining careers. Much of the criticism around physical training for golf tends to either warn about the dangers of becoming too bulky, or that the player will injure themselves lifting “heavy…
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4 Exercises For The Desk Bound Golfer

In today’s world many of us spend huge amounts of time hunched over a desk, sitting in the car, and watching TV. A large percentage of you reading this probably spend 40-60 hours per week sitting. Couple this with limited physical activity and you are looking at a very sedentary, inactive week. Not ideal for…
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Foam Roller’s Vs Barbell’s For Golf

I love asking my followers on Twitter questions. It gives me great insight into the level of education and knowledge they have about particular topics. This allows me create informational content with an appropriate level of detail and complexity. I asked the exact same question in March 2017, and November 2019. Unfortunately in the 2017…
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3 Part Series: Power Essentials & How To Train Them

Hi everyone, I put together a very basic 3 part series about how the body works to create power in the golf swing. There is also an exercise included in each post for you to try out at home or in the gym and hopefully help you in your quest to get “Fit For Golf”.…
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Power Essentials Part 3: X-Factor Stretch

X-Factor Stretch is the third and final installment of the mini series covering power essentials in the golf swing. As I am a strength & conditioning coach and not a golf instructor, I focused on bigger, global body movements. Of course how you use the club, and how you strike the ball is of critical…
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Power Essentials Part 2: X-Factor In The Backswing? Not So Fast

To get the bad joke out of the way immediately….No I’m not going to write about the TV show. The first installment of this series on power generation can be found here: Power Essentials Part 1: Ground Force & Leg Strength. X-Factor (XF) is a much talked about measure in the golf world and even though […]

Power Essentials Part 1: Ground Force & Leg Strength

This is the first of a three part series I am going to put together on what golfers need to know about training their bodies to give them the potential to create more club head speed. The next two will be x-factor, and x-factor stretch. The aim is to keep it very simple, and provide…
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The 5 Pillars of Golf Strength and Conditioning.

5 Pillars of Golf Strength and Conditioning

I wrote this article after developing a series of training programs to be made available for purchase online (available here). Preparing these programs was an excellent way to solidify my current thoughts on the physical qualities golfers should focus on, and a progression system for the methods that are in my opinion, an efficient way of accomplishing this. Therefore the aim of this article was two-fold, to promote the product I have for sale, but also to provide an insight into how I currently organise the physical preparation of golfers. Hopefully golfers, trainers, swing instructors, physios, and fitness enthusiasts can benefit.

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