How Ryan Moore rehabbed his ankle with a TPI Certified team
By Brian Chandler
After Ryan Moore won the John Deere Classic, he credited TPI Certified Brian Chandler with helping him overcome a nagging ankle issue which had bothered him for five years.
Golf's True Competitive Edge
By K.C Craichy
Add the power of Superfood Nutrtion to your game;
The Position of The Right Foot
By Dave Phillips
OK, once and for all, how should the right foot be positioned in the golfer’s address position?
14 Exercises For Generating Impulse and Separation - A Key To Increased Clubhead Velocity
By Dr. Ben Langdown and Jennifer Fleischer
These exercises will create further stability and strength in the legs, hips, glutes and trunk as well as the shoulders -- the key areas of transferring force through the kinetic chain.
How Pro Golfers Stay Fit During Quarantine
Whether in the gym or at home, there's no magic solution. Just hard work.
Why Sprinting is a Key Developmental Exercise for Young Golfers
By Coach Milo
Want to create a better athlete? Create a better sprinter.
Say the Magic Words: Internal vs External Coaching Cues
By Tim Neumann
TPI Certified trainer Tim Neumann discusses the use of internal and external cues in training and golf instruction
What We Can Learn About Distance From Long Drive Competitors
A look at how the longest drivers in the world achieve 200+ mph ball speed and what the average golfer can learn from it.
We Induce Failure: Therefore, Our Students Succeed
By Dr. Bhrett McCabe
Adapted from Michael Jordan’s quote, “I failed, therefore, I succeeded,” Dr. Bhrett McCabe discusses the value of incorporating failure drills in your students' practice.
An Osteopathic Approach to Performance
By Jelle Zandveld
An overview of Osteopathic principles and how they can be used to help your athlete’s performance.
No Gym, No Problem: At-Home Training Ideas from the TPI Community
With so many golfers around the world under quarantine, we tried to crowd-source some at-home workouts from health and fitness professionals across our community.
How A Rotary Stool Became Our Favorite Tool for Helping Golfers Use the Ground
Whether early extension, loss of posture, sway, slide or even coming over the top, many of the most common swing characteristics we identify can be addressed by improving how we push against the ground and rotary stools have become a favorite tool to help create a feel.
How Addressing The Function Of Deep Stabilizers Can Improve Movement Quality In Your Golf Swing
By Dr. Josh Nelson
When a joint becomes restricted either through injury or prolonged postural distortions this leads to a decreased firing of the deep stabilising muscles (e.g. Multifidus, Rotatores etc.) and an over activity of the compensatory global muscles such as the Erector Spinae, Quadratus Lumborum and Iliopsoas.
Nutrition: A Golfer's Competitive Edge?
By K.C. Craichy
TPI Advisory Board member KC Craichy discusses the competitive edge that a healthy diet can offer golfers.
The Benefits Of Complex Training For Power Development In Golfers
By Michael Carroll
Complex training is a training method which combines a high load strength exercise, and a lower load velocity or power based exercise, of similar movement patterns into an “exercise pairing”.
Developing Young Golfers: They'll Need To Be FAST
By Oliver C. Morton
No matter which side of the distance debate you’re on, one thing that’s clear is that Speed has become essential to success at the highest levels.
8 Tips to Make the Best of Your Offseason
By Africa Alacron
Off season is a period of time that you will be forced to take some time off golf due to weather or course availability, but here are a few tips to help you come back stronger than ever.
Highlighting Some of Our Most Popular Articles of 2017
We've been very fortunate to be able to use our platform highlight industry thought leaders and body-swing success stories from amateur and professional golf. Here's a collection of our most read articles of 2017.
A Practical Guide to Off-Season Periodization for Golf Fitness
By Nick Buchan
“Performance only occurs because you plan for it.”
The Health and Performance Benefits of Eccentric Focused Training
By Chris Finn and Frank Muntis
Eccentric based training and specifically eccentric overload has been shown to provide improvements in strength, power, speed, change of direction ability and mobility while also reducing the risk for injury.