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.
How to Use Your Power 2 Certification to Increase Your Business
By Chris Finn
When you complete the TPI Power 2 Certification course, you join an elite and small number of golf performance professionals who can help golfers in unique ways.
By Gray Cook
The flags in golf, no one talks about.
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.
How Ryan Moore rehabbed his ankle with a TPI Certified team
By Brian Chandler
After Ryan Moore won the John Deere Classic, he credited TPI Certified Brian Chandler with helping him overcome a nagging ankle issue which had bothered him for five years.
The Role of the Shoulder Girdle in the Golf Swing
By Clinton Shum
TPI Certified strength and conditioning specialist Clinton Shum discusses how common limitations in the shoulder girdle effect the golf swing.
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!
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.
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.
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?
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?
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.
Practice with a Purpose
By Bill O'Neill
How you practice can be just as important as how much you practice.
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:
The Position of The Right Foot
By Dave Phillips
OK, once and for all, how should the right foot be positioned in the golfer’s address position?
How Addressing The Function Of Deep Stabilizers Can Improve Movement Quality In Your Golf Swing
By Dr. Josh Nelson
When a joint becomes restricted either through injury or prolonged postural distortions this leads to a decreased firing of the deep stabilising muscles (e.g. Multifidus, Rotatores etc.) and an over activity of the compensatory global muscles such as the Erector Spinae, Quadratus Lumborum and Iliopsoas.
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.
By Lance Gill
This is a great workout for the Glutes!
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.