Jason Day's Body-Swing Connection: Load To Explode
By Dave Phillips
It's no secret that Jason Day is one of the biggest hitters on the PGA Tour, but analyzing his swing on BodiTrak helps show us how he generates his power. Watch as Dave explains how Jason is able to load tremendous pressure into his trail leg without "swaying" and demonstrates drills that he and his caddie/coach Colin Swatton use to avoid sway in his swing.
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.
Maximize On-Course Performance
By Sean Saunders
If you want to improve at golf, you have to be able to transfer skills from the range to the course. It sounds simple, but you'll find that many of your practice habits don't facilitate that transfer.
X-Factor Essentials: What it is and How to Train it
By Mike Carroll
TPI Certified fitness professional Michael Carroll (attended Level 1 in the UK in June) examines the relationship between x-factor and ball-striking performance in addition to discussing strength and conditioning strategies for golf.
The Workout That Powers Justin Thomas
Justin Thomas one of the Tour's longest hitters, despite a small stature. We asked his TPI Certified trainer Tyler Parsons to talk about his workout and share some of the strategies they employ to prepare his body off the course.
TPI Certified Experts Honored With PGA Awards
TPI Certified instructors Cameron McCormick and Liam Mucklow honored with "Teacher of the Year" awards from the PGA of America and PGA of Canada, respectively. Other TPI Certified experts honored: Jeff Overholt, Cory Katrusch, Henry Bunton, Bill Castner.
Is Your Golf Swing Putting Your Shoulder At Risk?
By Bobby Dattero
According to numerous research studies, the shoulder is one of the most oft-injured areas of the body for a golfer. As with many golf injuries, the site of the pain is often the victim of limitations in other areas of the body. TPI Certified trainer Bobby Dattero discusses how limitations in your hips and thoracic spine might be putting your shoulder at risk.
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.
Jordan Spieth: Athlete First
Jordan Spieth may be a golf prodigy, but he was never just a one-sport star.
Training The Queen Of The Swing
By Lance Gill
Lance Gill offers a sampling of exercises that will help develop your core for golf. Sorry, no crunches.
How To Improve Rotation While Protecting Your Lower Back
By Mike Boyle
Every golfer wants to improve rotation, but often they look to improve it in the wrong places. This article discusses why golfers should focus on rotation in the hips, thoracic spine and shoulders, and not the lumbar spine.
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.
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.
A modern approach to training
By Kayleigh Franklin
TPI Certified (Level 2 Fitness, Level 2 Medical) explains how the marriage manual therapy and physical training will yield better results for your clients.
How Jordan Does It
By Dave Phillips
Jordan Spieth is arguably the hottest player in golf and a favorite at the Masters, but his swing doesn't get as much credit as it deserves. Here are some things he does really well.
Brooks Koepka + Men's Health
A few weeks ago Brooks Koepka visited the Titleist Performance Institute with Men's Health Magazine to promote FootJoy's new Hyperflex shoe.
By Dr. Bhrett McCabe
With the Ryder Cup this weekend, there is extra attention being paid to the emotional state of the players. It is no question which players that can manage their emotions throughout the three day event will have the greatest chance for success.
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.
Why the Glutes Matter
By Meredith Parker
Whether it’s a Saturday tee time with the guys, a regional tournament, or a corporate outing to entertain clients, there remains a desire to perform, and perform well.
How Yoga Can Improve Your Golf Game
By Michael Brantl
Golf conditioning yoga is one of the easiest ways to restore, improve, and maintain optimal functional movement patterns and maximize golf performance.