We have an amazing workshop set up and are excited for all of you to be part of the first of many weekend workshops educating players, trainers, coaches on how to take your fitness game to the next level! The seminar will be Sat/Sun March 18th-19th from 8am-5pm and we can't wait for all of you to experience how we're changing the way golfers train!!!
There are so many benefits of training with the Indian clubs. The offset mass changes the moment arm and adds an anti rotation component for movements. This helps with creating and controlling tension while performing the exercise.
While fitness was not always the top priority for Scott Stallings early on in his golfing career, he has reassessed his values and now keeps his body in top shape. Stallings' hard work is paying off on the golf course.
Watch as he visits Premier Fitness Systems in Scottsdale and discusses the role that fitness plays in his life both on and off the golf course.
The goal of this exercise is to work on the dialing of the hands and shoulders and keeping the pelvis tucked to protect the lower body while holding the plank. Start by dialing the hands and shoulders and then tuck the pelvis when holding the plank. Make sure to squeeze the glutes hard to protect the low back.
In this video we demonstrate a great power exercise to build rotary power for a golfer, or any rotary athlete. We are building intermuscular coordination (how muscles work together to create a movement) and power within the anterior sling. The key of this drill is to not extend though the spine and to keep the down hip strong and stable.