• Adam Scott has just about the purest set up position of any golfer in the world. In this article I’ll explain why it’s important to try and emulate the world’s number 1 golfer and show you how to it can be done! Good news! The biggest influencer on your swing mechanic’s is also the easiest to fix! Your set up will determine the direction and path of the clubhead, the amount of rotation your able to achieve and the body’s position during the golf swing. In a nutshell, if you...

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  • During a standard strength training session you are resting for more than half the time you are in the gym. Don’t be one of these guys   Make the most of the rest periods by utilizing them to work on your weaknesses: Poor glute activation?? Then do some knee/ankle band crab walks     Shoddy shoulder mobility?? Then do some pec release and scap setting   Trying to ingrain a new swing action??  Then do a motor pattern drill   Not only will you be filling in the chinks in...

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  • There have been some articles published recently about in/off season training and periodisation. In our opinion, their recommendations to avoid certain exercises or use a block periodisation method to target different athletic attributes are somewhat flawed. We would like to propose a different way to look at managing your training loads during the golf season without giving up the proven, effective exercises that got you strong in the first place! Before we come to the recommendations, it’s worth doing a little background research and actually looking a little closer at...

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  •   So you are heading into the winter months and feel like it’s a good time to get busy with some physical training. It’s time to make a plan and get a training program sorted out, but you might feel a bit overwhelmed by the contrasting opinions and recommendations out there relating to golf fitness. If you are anything like the average golfer, then thoughts like this might be running through your head: Will I need to join a gym? How can I move my hips like Rory? Is stretching...

  • What are the three most important areas of your body for golf? They are: The Hips/Glutes The Core/Pelvis The Scapula (shoulder blades)/Upper Back Why are they important? We focus on these three parts of the body because they are key to you golf swing — no surprise there! The reason they are key to your swing is that they are the three areas that have the biggest influence over what the club does. If the three key areas work properly then we have a better chance of making a repeatable...