How Weighted Carries Can Benefit Your Golf Game
By Bobby Dattero
Carries are tremendous exercises for improving work capacity, grip training, core strength, coordination, and shoulder health.
Using Principles from TPI Power Level 2 Outside of Golf
By Jeremy Golden
After spending 17 years as a Strength and Conditioning Coach in collegiate and professional sports, I was curious about how well the TPI concepts would crossover to other sports.
How To Sell The TPI Screen
By Bryan Bowman
How do you sell the TPI screen? You don't. You do this instead.
How Golf Fitness is Achieving Mainstream Acceptance
By Rusty Cage
Golf has long had a strange relationship – a borderline phobia – with fitness, especially in the media. There's a disconnect we don’t see in any other mainstream sports. That's all changing now. Freelance writer Rusty Cage explores the evolution of "golf fitness" as the pursuit of performance fights the perception of vanity.
How Cameron Tringale Gained 8 MPH in One Year
Cameron Tringale had the largest single-season increase in clubhead speed since the TOUR started recording radar data. Dr. Greg Rose shares the kinematic data and physical screen results which revealed the opportunity for improvement.
What Research Tells Us About The Impact Of Strength Training On Flexibility And Durability
By Clinton Shum
To formulate a blanket opinion against strength training for all golfers based on isolated instances is failing to have awareness of the big picture.
How I Use Dry Needling And My TPI Medical Certification To Help Golfers
By Catherine Hoell
Dry needling technique is not a panacea for all golf injuries, nor is it a modality that I use in exclusion of other evidenced-based physical therapy treatments, but it is a powerful tool to have in my practice.
The Role of the Shoulder Girdle in the Golf Swing
By Clinton Shum
TPI Certified strength and conditioning specialist Clinton Shum discusses how common limitations in the shoulder girdle effect the golf swing.
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?
When Working To Improve Rotational Capabilities, Don't Overlook The Neck
By Kevin Dishon
The cervical spine is one of the more neglected body parts in terms of mobility training, but it is extremely important, especially considering how modern lifestyles impact posture.
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
Your hips and your swing
By Dr. Greg Rose
Why hip mobility and strength are so important in your golf swing:
How to Warm Up Before Your Workout
By Robbie Cannon
Shane Lowry's TPI Certified strength coach Robbie Cannon discusses the importance of warming up before a workout and shares his 10 minute routine.
8 Exercises to Improve your Scapula Stability and Shoulder Mobility for Golf
By Dr. Ben Langdown and Jennifer Fleischer
Dr. Ben Langdown and Jennifer Fleischer explore what good upper body posture means for your golf and provide you with exercises to help increase your upper back strength and shoulder mobility.
Why Sprinting is a Key Developmental Exercise for Young Golfers
By Coach Milo
Want to create a better athlete? Create a better sprinter.
A Practical Guide to Off-Season Periodization for Golf Fitness
By Nick Buchan
“Performance only occurs because you plan for it.”
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.
Back to Golf: Important Considerations for Golfers Undergoing Rehab Following Back Surgery
By Dr. Paul Houle and Catherine Hoell
Surgery sets the stage, but rehab and exercise gets you back to feeling and playing well.