Why do some players get worse and others get better...
By Dave Phillips
This article highlights some mistakes that players make trying to get better.
How Important is Lower Body Power in Golf?
By Dr. Greg Rose
What is the most important area of the body to develop power in for long drives? Most experts would say one thing - the lower body!
Boxing, Golf and fast twitch muscle fiber!
By Dave Phillips
Is training like a Boxer good for your golf game ?
Simple Marketing Tips for TPI Certified Pros
By Chris Finn
With TPI Certification, industry professionals gain the opportunity to help golfers AND make a solid living doing what they love. But I get this question consistently from recently Certified professionals…”How do I get golfers to work with me?"
Understanding Strength Qualities in Golf and How to Develop Them
By Lee Eldridge
Once we identify the strength qualities golfer needs to excel, we can build a training program and progression to get them there.
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.
Considerations for LTAD of an Elite, Early Specialized Golfer
By Liesbeth Pauwels
Sharing a few of the lessons learned from working with a future Division 1 golfer.
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.
Cupping Therapy on the PGA TOUR: Considerations and Concerns
By Marc Wahl
A few reflections and considerations on the cupping demonstrations provided during the 2016 World Golf Fitness Summit.
The Science Behind a Golf Warm Up
By Ben Langdown
Ben Langdown and Jack Wells studied the effect that a proper warm up had on golf performance. The results were astounding.
Why to Choose Cable Press over Bench Press
By Lance Gill
Some think it's blasphemous to suggest that the bench press wouldn't be THE foundational exercise in your workout program, but Lance Gill shares why/when you should program cable exercises instead.
In The Gym With I.K. Kim
By Robert Yang
I.K. Kim recently captured her first major at the Ricoh British Open. Here's a look at how she trains with TPI instructor Robert Yang.
How Pro Golfers Stay Fit During Quarantine
Whether in the gym or at home, there's no magic solution. Just hard work.
7 Anti-Rotation Exercises to Maximize Clubhead Speed
By Dr. Ben Langdown and Jennifer Fleischer
Whether you're looking to increase your clubhead speed, reduce the risk of injury around the lower back or just increase your strength and tone through the core muscles, training for anti-rotation is key.
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.
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.
When to Shut it Down?
By Dr. Peter Mackay
The medical and coaching personnel working with professional golfers are often called upon to make judgments with respect to a player being fit to play or to continue to play in a specific event.
5 Pillars of Golf Strength and Conditioning for Golfers
By Michael Carroll
TPI Certified strength coach Michael Carroll outlines the most important physical qualities that golfers should try to develop.
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.
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.