A TPI Certified Expert's Journey to a Pain Free Swing
By Ian Manning
TPI Certified physical therapist Ian Manning chronicles his progress to overcome back pain in his golf swing.
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.
Putting Practice with Jordan Spieth
By Cameron McCormick
TPI Certified Instructor Cameron McCormick shares a drill he recently incorporated into Jordan Spieth's practice routine.
How Danny Willett matched his swing to his physical capabilities
2016 Masters champion Danny Willett shares how physical limitations have forced him to make adjustments in his swing.
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.
The 30 Minute Rotary Power Workout from Jason Glass
Want to know how TPI instructor Jason Glass builds power in rotational athletes? Follow along as Jason takes you through a favorite rotary workout, exercise-by-exercise. He explains the "why" behind his coaching cues and programming.
The Safe Way to Train Fast: Determining Your Readiness For Overspeed Training
By Chris Finn
Overspeed training is one of the hottest things in golf today. Some people call it a training aid, others call it power training and yet others say it will get your stronger and improve your balance. So which one is it and how is it supposed to be used?
Be Like Mike: How Mike Weir is Improving His Physical Capabilities in his 40's
By Jason Glass
Masters Champion Mike Weir joins the Coach Glass podcast to discuss his approach to training and performance.
10 Ways to Motivate our Young Athletes
By Milo Bryant
For some silly, inane reason, too many of us believe that learning can only take place in monotonous and analgesic environments conducive to most funerals. TPI instructor Milo Bryant shares why fun should be a priority.
Improving from the Ground Up: How the Function of the Ankle and Foot Influence Your Swing
By Daniela Schellenberg
Did you know that your feet are often overlooked in golf? Why is the mobility of feet and ankles essential? We often talk about how ground mechanics can influence power and consistency in the golf swing, but we probably don't spend enough time talking about how the function of our feet and ankles affect so much of what we do in the golf swing.
Maximize the Speed You Already Have
By Liam Mucklow
Every player wants to hit it further, but many golfers don't realize that they already have the physical tools to do it.
The Man Behind The PGA Champ - How Marc Wahl Played a Hand in Jimmy Walker's Triumph
TPI Certified physical therapist Marc Wahl discusses his work with PGA Champ Jimmy Walker.
What We Can Learn From "Seve"
By Andy Griffiths
For anyone who plays golf, or for anyone who’s interested in golf, or better yet; for anyone who’s interested in finding and following their dreams, the newly released film, Seve, is a must see. Directed by John Paul Davidson, the film is an epic tale and true story of the life of the late Severiano “Seve” Ballesteros, one of the best and most charismatic European golfers that has ever lived. Known for his daring and creative play, Seve arguably transformed modern golf by turning the Ryder Cup from a US dominated foregone conclusion to an intense, emotionally draining, competitive clash that has resulted in some of the best moments in golf over the past 30 years.
Rethinking the Path to a College Golf Scholarship
By Brendan Ryan
Malcolm Gladwell's book, Outliers, helped popularize the 10,000 hour rule. It's a great idea, but not as simple as many parents think. Time dedicated to a task is vitally important, but how we encourage young athletes to spend that time is equally critical.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
5 Training Strategies to Increase Vertical Thrust Without Leaving The Ground
By Pam Owens
Vertical thrust is a significant power generator in the golf swing, but how do you train a your client that is unable to jump? Here are a few ideas from TPI Certified trainer Pam Owens.