Would you like to Play Golf Better?
Of course! Every golfer wants to PLAY GOLF BETTER!
This common desire can be found in the most elite professional golfer to the beginner just taking up the sport.
“Golf is deceptively simple and endlessly complicated; it satisfies the soul and frustrates the intellect. It is at the same time rewarding and maddening – and it is without a doubt the greatest game mankind has ever invented.” -Arnold Palmer
Golf: An easy game that’s just hard to play
Let’s face it. Golf can be frustrating! Even maddening at times. It’s a game of imperfection, so no matter how good you are there’s always room for improvement. But golf is even harder when your own body gets in the way.
What does that mean?
Well the fact is most amateurs don’t have the physical ability to get into position to perform a mechanically correct golf swing.
“Until you can get into a position, until you can move the joints the way that they need to move, it will be very difficult to enhance your power and hit the ball with consistency. If we look at most people that struggle with golf it’s because they lack the flexibility and mobility required to get into position.”- Mike Boyle, World Famous Strength & Conditioning Coach
“Most amateur golfer’s bodies don’t move the way they need to to play the game the way they want to.”_Brett The Golf Guy
What’s The Fix?
Learn what your body can and cannot do in relation to that which is required and desired of a mechanically correct golf swing. And to learn that we do a screen. As a baseline the Titleist Performance Institute Level 1 screen will look at flexibiility, mobility and stability as it relates to the golf swing. The results can be then correlated to common swing faults as well as past/current/or even future issues that may cause pain or injury.
After the information from the golf fitness assessment is gathered I then put together an exercise program to help you improve movement efficiency so that you have physical potential to play golf better!
What Is Golf Fitness? “
Golf fitness is having the ability to get your body in position to perform a consistent and repeatable swing with minimal risk of injury. To do that you need a program designed specifically for golf and specifically for you.
So golf fitness is not the pursuit of a better looking body, but the pursuit of a better functioning body.
Brett’s Bottom Line: “Once you exhaust ball and club technology you are left with you! It’s your body that controls where the ball goes. Your game will be either enhanced or limited by your physical abilities.” _Brett The Golf Guy
Golf Fitness Mission: To help golfers have a more enjoyable experience with the game of golf by helping them create a more effecient swing and avoid injury.
The ultimate goal of a golf fitness program is to make you a better golfer. To do that, amateur golfers need an effective fitness program to enhance and maintain their physical ability to play the game.
To get started on your golf fitness program call: (917) 596-8485 or email: email@example.com to schedule your FREE strategy session.