Should Golfers Push, Pull or Carry Their Clubs?
By Dr. Josh Nelson
Research suggests that using a push cart is a better option than carrying your bag, even if your pride tells you otherwise.
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.
No Gym, No Problem: At-Home Training Ideas from the TPI Community
With so many golfers around the world under quarantine, we tried to crowd-source some at-home workouts from health and fitness professionals across our community.
What Golf-Specific Training Really Is
By Nick Buchan
Training should be speed, time constraint and intensity specific, not just movement specific.
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.
Strength vs Speed: The Secret Behind the World’s Longest Hitters
If I had a dollar for overtime someone came in my gym wanting to hit the ball shorter I would be broke.
How Golf Fitness is Achieving Mainstream Acceptance
By Rusty Cage
Golf has long had a strange relationship – a borderline phobia – with fitness, especially in the media. There's a disconnect we don’t see in any other mainstream sports. That's all changing now. Freelance writer Rusty Cage explores the evolution of "golf fitness" as the pursuit of performance fights the perception of vanity.
Early Extension Swing Characteristic
By Dave Phillips
Early Extension is defined as any forward movement of the pelvis toward the ball during the backswing or the downswing.
How Improving Your Hip Hinge Can Increase Your Distance
By Natalie Lowe
The hip hinge is one of the most important movements as a golfer and as an athlete. Here are key exercise progressions for improving the pattern.
Iphone Wind Meter
By Dave Phillips
Use your Iphone to estimate the speed of the wind !!!!
Are You Stretching or Warming Up?
By Phil Cheetham
A decision must be made as to what is the goal of stretching. Are you wishing to increase range of motion or warm up for activity?
Study Habits That Help Your Golf Game
By Dave Phillips
Help your kids study and your golf game at the same time.
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.
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.
Say the Magic Words: Internal vs External Coaching Cues
By Tim Neumann
TPI Certified trainer Tim Neumann discusses the use of internal and external cues in training and golf instruction
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.
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
How To Improve Rotation While Protecting Your Lower Back
By Mike Boyle
Every golfer wants to improve rotation, but often they look to improve it in the wrong places. This article discusses why golfers should focus on rotation in the hips, thoracic spine and shoulders, and not the lumbar spine.
“Heavy” Strength Training – What’s The Point?
By Michael Carroll
Just because golf clubs are light doesn't mean that golfers don't need to be strong.
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.