A New Motor Control Theory
By Phil Cheetham
The Leading Joint Hypothesis and how it applies to the Golf Swing
Active Recovery: An Important Day in Your Week
By Pam Owens
Recovery doesn't mean doing nothing.
Making Technical Changes To Compensate For Limited Hip Mobility
By Oliver Morton
If golfers have a physical limitation, they can either improve their body or work around the limitation.
How Golfers Can Add More HIIT In The Gym
By Jason Glass
Why golfers are more like sprinters than marathoners and how you can train like one with the Jason Glass Skipping Challenge.
Should Golfers Push, Pull or Carry Their Clubs?
By Dr. Josh Nelson
Research suggests that using a push cart is a better option than carrying your bag, even if your pride tells you otherwise.
15 Lessons Learned From Training Young Athletes
By Milo Bryant
Not enough parents care about movement fundamentals. They want competition or in-sport play. There's a time for that, but athletes need to have a solid grasp of how the body moves and how to make it move better.
Mark Blackburn Named 2020 PGA Teacher and Coach of the Year
We couldn't be more proud to share that our advisor and lead instructor, Mark Blackburn, has been named the PGA's 2020 Teacher and Coach of the Year.
Debunking The Three Most Common (And Ridiculous) Arguments Against Golf Fitness
The arguments against golf fitness are often similar and bogus
4 Steps To More Rotational Power
By Nick Buchan
TPI Certified trainer Nick Buchan shares how to safely progress your medicine ball throws for more rotational power.
5 Reasons Why Self-Directed Golf Fitness Programs Fall Short
By Ryan Blackburn
Most amateurs recognize that improving their fitness and movement quality will benefit their golf game, but many try to cut corners by writing their own program. TPI Certified trainer Ryan Blackburn offers some reasons why this isn't a good idea.
Vision and Its Impact on Your Game
By Greg Rose
The development and use of your visual system has an impact on every aspect of your golf game.