Are you hitting the golf course and not reducing your handicap?
Well strength and mobility may be what’s costing you! Invest in strength and mobility before you hit the golf shop!
Titleist performance institute research shows that the top golfers poses greater mobility, power and strength, with physical conditioning now playing a significant role at the professional level of golf.
Strength and mobility = distance gains
A lack of mobility often is a limiting factor in the club head speed that a player can generate. An important element in creating speed in the golf swing is the separation generated between the hips and the shoulders in the backswing. If you have poor mobility, a long backswing for power as well as lower and upper body separation will be difficult to generate, robbing you of distance.
Whether it is for preserving distance as you age, trying to gain more distance or preventing injury, a well-designed golf exercise program is the next thing every golfer should invest in to help their game. If you’re interested in getting some guidance to improve your strength and mobility, then reach out to us.
Accredited Exercise Sport Scientist