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The Golf Training Pyramid

The Golf Training Pyramid
This first pyramid displays the various training attributes of a typical professional golfer. However, each of these categories must have some pres...

Why do I hurt? Anterior Shoulder

Why do I hurt? Anterior Shoulder
   The shoulder is one of the most injured areas of a golfer’s body. Only the low back and elbow experience more occurrences of pain than the shoul...

Thoracic Spine and Hip Mobility Quickie

Thoracic Spine and Hip Mobility Quickie
1 Position. 3 Movements. Done in 5 Minutes.  This is a quick mobility and stability ‘flow’ with a great sequence of simple movements to open thora...

Shoulder Dislocates

Shoulder Dislocates
Dislocates, they have an intimidating name, but they are one of our favorite shoulder movements.We do these every day, especially if we are doing o...

Side Planks

Side Planks
You could say that stability is strength but, more accurately, it is the ability to control movement in a joint. Planks, they are great for learn...

Hip Hinging

Hip Hinging
As golfers, it is crucial that we be able to produce a good hip hinge. A hip hinge is the position we need to get in while addressing the ball wher...

Half Kneeling Stick Turns (scap stabilized to closed hip)

Half Kneeling Stick Turns (scap stabilized to closed hip)
Half Kneeling Stick Turns (scap stabilized to closed hip) Damn that was a mouth full. Despite the lengthy name, this drill is useful for many thin...

Split Squats

Split Squats
You may have just spent all day sitting at your desk, or maybe you’ve spent the past few minute stretching out your quads and hip flexors to get re...

Half Kneeling Hip Flexor Stretch

Half Kneeling Hip Flexor Stretch
The Half Kneeling Hip Flexor Stretch is an amazing stretch to do throughout your everyday life, but also throughout your round of golf. Unfortunate...