06/10/2017 by Brett Cohen 0 Comments
Play Like The Pros! Golf Fitness, NYC
What’s The Main Difference Between A Professional Golfer and An Amateur/Club Player?
Well aside from lower scores and lower ages…. the vast majority of today’s PGA and LPGA players have fitness on their side.
Some Startling Statistics
- 14 of the last 17 Major Championships were won by players advised by a TPI Certified Expert
- 25 of the top 35 Players in the World are advised by a TPI Certified Expert
- 51 of the last 62 PGA Tour events were won by players advised by a TPI Certified Expert
"The reason I play at such a high level and hopefully will continue to play at a high level for the next 10, 15 years is because of the work I do in the gym." _Rory McIlroy
"It’s very important to workout. The sport of golf is physically demanding, especially playing 25 – 30 weeks a year. You need your body to be healty and firing."_Jordan Spieth
This Is You!
Like most adults that take up golf you’ve been sitting at a desk since the 1st grade. You haven’t participated in any kind of sport since you graduated college and for the last 4 decades you’ve spent up to 10 hours a day in a chair.
"If you don’t move a joint you’re gonna lose the ability to use that joint."
That’s why most amateur golfers are not good movers.
But you want to get up and be able to ROTATE – EXPLOSIVELY and REPETIVELY from Friday through Sunday from May through October.
"How do you think that’s gonna work out for you?"
That’s right: About 53% of amateur male and 45% of amateur female golfers compain of back pain.
"There’s a minimal amount of fitness that has to be involved so you can stop worrying about that piece and can put your thought and mind on what you need to be worrying about, specifically in short game." _Brandon Stocksbury, 2016 Top 50 Growth Of The Game Teaching Professional
When it comes to improving your golf game, I think the first stop for every amateur golfer should ALWAYS be their own body. When we think of being Fit For Golf we’re not talking about mirror fitness. Golf fitness isn’t necessarily the pursuit of a better looking body, it’s the pursuit of a better functioning body. One that will allow you to get into postion to deliver a powerful and consistent golf swing with minimal risk of injury.
The ultimate goal of a golf fitness program is to help you become a better golfer and PLAY GOLF BETTER!
Brett’s Bottom Line:
Playing golf is bard! It’s even harder when your own body gets in the way. By following a carefully designed exericse program which conditions the golfer specificlly for the game of golf, performance can be enhanced and risk of injury reduced. My Fit For Golf program will leave you feel physically fit, age is immaterial. Even if you’ve let life get in the way for decades, there’s still time to get fit. "It’s never too late to start feeling great."
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