Mark Blackburn Discusses Movement Screening On The Golf Guru Podcast
TPI instructor Mark Blackburn shares how he got his start as a golf professional and his introduction to TPI.
What Performance Therapy Looks Like For Top Golfers
By Tom Feeney
A behind the scenes look at how professional golfers like Jordan Spieth, Zach Johnson, Rickie Fowler, Nick Watney and Shane Lowry maximize their athleticism through chiropractic care.
When to Come Back?
By Dr. Peter Mackay
To get back in the game, ramp it up slowly!
Adjustments in the Swing for Maintaining Posture for Seniors
By Dr. Greg Rose
Champions Tour player Tom Kite discusses some of the swing changes that he has had to make to help him maintain a stable posture and a good turn.
Matching Up Thoracic Spine and Shoulders Blades in an Unstable Student
By Richard Woodhouse
TPI Certified instructor Richard Woodhouse discusses the relationship between posture in set up and the quality of movement in the swing.
5 Key Fundamentals
By Dave Phillips
What are the key fundamentals to a great golf swing? Is it a straight left arm, a big shoulder turn, a flat left wrist, a stable right leg, or maybe just a good left hand at impact?
Mark Blackburn Shares Max Homa's Body-Swing Connection
Terrific insight from Mark Blackburn into the swing modifications that preceded Max Homa's win at the Genesis.
Training the Senior Player
By Rich Freedman
With the advent of TPI functional fitness screening, fitness trainers have a valuable tool to identify and correct many of the swing flaws plaguing the senior player.
The Top 6 Physical Attributes of Elite Golfers
By Nick Buchan
One of my major roles in working with a golfer is to identify and fix physical limitations that might interfere with an athlete’s ability to best “acquire” the swing mechanics for them. As such when I’m watching the top golfers in the world I’m often looking to identify the physical attributes they share. Here are six physical attributes I’ve noticed in most longer hitters and elite golfers:
Practice with a Purpose
By Bill O'Neill
How you practice can be just as important as how much you practice.
Improve Your Teaching by Incorporating Other Sports
By Liam Mucklow
Sometimes the best way to get results is to draw upon a player's prior athletic experience
5 Potential Causes of Lower Back Pain for Golfers (And What to Do About It)
By Jon Hodginkson
It’s no secret that lower back pain is a big problem in golf, but that doesn’t mean that injury and pain are inevitable. Here are a few things we can do to minimize that risk.
Increase your driving distance !!
By Dave Phillips
Three simple tips that will help you to maximize your driving distance.
Treating Motor Pattern Dysfunction: Are Your Corrective Exercises Correcting?
By Paul Gozbekian
How do you prepare your body for training, activity and performance? More importantly, how are you dealing with muscle tightness, joint immobility, chronic pain and injury that are limiting your potential in these areas?
How Throwing a Frisbee Can Help Your Swing Sequence
By Liam Mucklow
Over the years I have found that it can be a lot easier to address kinematic sequence issues by using multisport modalities as a vehicle for the golfer to acquire a new pattern.
Walk The Line
By Gray Cook
If you have issues with balance is it a mobility problem or a stability problem.
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.
Not All Yoga is Good for Golf But Proper Application Can Deliver Big Benefits
By Dana Santas
Yoga tends to be touted as the panacea for everything, but not all yoga is good for golfers. In fact, spending hours doing arbitrary yoga poses to increase your flexibility could actually impede your functional movement, power and control on the links. That isn’t to say that all yoga is bad for golfers…more like, not all yoga is created equal, and its effectiveness is dictated by the quality of its application to the movement and mental demands of the game.
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.
Four Exercises for Stronger, More Powerful Glutes
By Dr. Ben Langdown and Jennifer Fleischer
Whether you’re looking to improve your golf game, or help prevent injuries and low back pain, focusing on glute strength is one of the most important things you can do in the gym.