Five Observations From Watching TOUR Players Train
By Neal Hausch
Neal Hausch shares what he's learned from watching PGA TOUR players work out at his facility in Akron during the Bridgestone Invitational.
Live Q+A For Level 1 Seminars
Upcoming live Q+A's with TPI co-founders Dr. Greg Rose and Dave Phillips. We host one for our Level 1 seminars and for each online course that we offer: Fitness Level 2, Junior Level 2, Golf Level 2 and Medical Level 2.
Introducing RacquetFit: The Body-Tennis Connection
By Dr. Greg Rose
RacquetFit is dedicated to studying how the body moves in Tennis and assessing an athlete's physical ability to perform movement patterns specific to the sport.
Catching Ping Pong Balls To Improve Quiet Eye For Golf
By Liam Mucklow
The Quiet Eye (QE) refers to the final fixation of eye movement at least 100 milliseconds prior to movement. Longer QE duration is exhibited by experts in comparison to non-experts.
Body-Swing Connection: Adam Scott
Dr. Rose and Dave Phillips share how Adam Scott's exceptional physical capabilities helped produce one of the most coveted swings in golf.
Dr. Greg Rose Joins The U.S. Kids Golf Podcast
Dr. Rose and John Kim discuss important considerations in developing junior golfers and fitness for recreational players.
The Distance Debate: How Modern Training Programs May Be An Overlooked Factor
By Ross Eves
A look at how physical training and the influx of elite athletes have influenced the increase in distance on the PGA TOUR.
Knocking The Rust Off: Tips For Assessing Your Body And Swing After A Long Offseason
By Dave Phillips
TPI co-founders Dr. Greg Rose and Dave Phillips offer tips for knocking the rust off your game after a long off-season.
How Lower Extremity Injuries Impact Ground Utilization and Swing Mechanics
By Adam Halseth
The world of golf is becoming much more aware of the importance of utilizing the ground to maximize efficiency and power in a golf swing. Adam Halseth analyzes how these variables may be impacted by lower extremity injuries and limitations.
6 Exercises Every Hypermobile Golfer Needs
By PFS Fitness
Hypermobile golfers are vulnerable to injury and performance limitations. A common occurrence among young athletes.
How Improving Pelvic Rotation Helped My Client Control Their Path
By Lance Gill
Ball flight was the symptom, but movement was his problem.
The Best Exercises To Increase Clubhead Speed
By Nick Buchan
Nick Buchan polls several top golf fitness experts about their favorite exercises for speed development.
Tall Kneeling Step Out & Up
By Jason Glass
Jason Glass breaks down the Tall Kneeling Step Out & Up, an exercise that is designed to stimulate your nervous system and develop a more efficient neuromuscular connection to improve rotational athleticism.
The Benefits of Single Leg Training for Golfers
By Jamie Greaves
TPI Certified strength coach Jamie Greaves outlines 5 reasons why single leg work should be a part of your lower body strength building program.
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.
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.
Screening and Baseline Numbers in Amateur Golfers: Part 1 of the Fit For Golf 12 Month Case Study
By Michael Carroll
Michael Carroll of Fit For Golf is taking three amateur golfers through a 12 month fitness journey to identify how addressing physical limitations can have an affect on their game.
How Improving Your Hip Hinge Can Increase Your Distance
By Natalie Lowe
The hip hinge is one of the most important movements as a golfer and as an athlete. Here are key exercise progressions for improving the pattern.
Functional Strength And Power Training For The Senior Golfer
By Brett Cohen
A typical aging adult will lose 30% of their muscle mass and maximal strength from ages 40 - 70. But as significant as these changes are, it’s important to recognize that they can be minimized through the scientific application of functional strength and power training exercises.
The Similarities Between Golf And Striking/Throwing Sports
When you review the 3D data, it's clear how experience in throwing and striking sports can benefit young golfers.