The Health and Performance Benefits of Eccentric Focused Training
By Chris Finn and Frank Muntis
Eccentric based training and specifically eccentric overload has been shown to provide improvements in strength, power, speed, change of direction ability and mobility while also reducing the risk for injury.
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.
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.
Are you feet causing your swing faults ?
By Dave Phillips
Three foot problems that effect stability in the foot which can hurt your swing efficiency and create power leaks.
Should all the body parts reach the top of backswing at the same time?
By Phil Cheetham
This is a question we get all the time - but the short answer is NO!
How To Overcome Golf Injuries And Get Back To Playing Your Best
By Michael Carroll
Injuries in amateur golf are very common. Though there are tremendous professional resources available, athletes often do a poor job managing their recovery.
The Use of Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT) in Conjunction with TPI Physical Screen
By Michele Liew
Neurokinetic Therapy also known as NKT is a sophisticated assessment and treatment modality that addresses the causes of dysfunctional movement/coordination problems at their root in the motor control centre in the cerebellum.
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.
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 Similarities Between Golf And Striking/Throwing Sports
When you review the 3D data, it's clear how experience in throwing and striking sports can benefit young golfers.
Is Age a Barrier?
By Dave Phillips
Golfers in their 40's are excelling. Lets find out why.
Back to Golf: Important Considerations for Golfers Undergoing Rehab Following Back Surgery
By Dr. Paul Houle and Catherine Hoell
Surgery sets the stage, but rehab and exercise gets you back to feeling and playing well.
Solving the Middle Man
By Max Prokopy
Why the Thoracic Spine is So Important
Highlights From Recent Guest Appearances at Level 1 Webinars
We've been fortunate to have some of the best minds in golf dial in at our Level 1 Webinars.
Grains and Inflammation
By David Seaman
See why eating grains may help to promote pain and inflammation.
Dynamic Coaching Model for the Modern Golf Professional
By Jason Glass
Coaching shouldn't be about about fixing golfers, but about empowering them to meet the challenge that is presented for each shot.
Watch Dave Phillips and Greg Rose Perform a TPI Screen at our Level 1 Seminar
We start every Level 1 seminar by screening someone from the crowd. It's a good demonstration of the Body-Swing Connection™ and a preview of what Level 1 attendees will learn over the two day seminar.
Comparing Treatment Of A TOUR Player And Recreational Golfer
"Professional golfers are like racecars. They’re already in the race. I don't need to make major changes, I just need to keep their tires fresh and the engine running efficiently."
How Lower Extremity Injuries Impact Ground Utilization and Swing Mechanics
By Adam Halseth
The world of golf is becoming much more aware of the importance of utilizing the ground to maximize efficiency and power in a golf swing. Adam Halseth analyzes how these variables may be impacted by lower extremity injuries and limitations.
6 Exercises Every Hypermobile Golfer Needs
By PFS Fitness
Hypermobile golfers are vulnerable to injury and performance limitations. A common occurrence among young athletes.