How to Increase Your Swing Speed By Resting More

Rest is a topic that many athletes don’t fully understand. We get a lot of questions about how much rest is appropriate for different kinds of workouts. There are also the people under the misconception that unless you’re dripping with sweat and can barely move, your workout wasn’t good enough. While there are times when […]

The Spectrum of Power Training in Golf

Last week we talked about power and speed training through jumping and sprinting exercises, and this week we’re continuing that discussion with medicine balls, kettlebells, dumbbells, and barbells. At the low end of the spectrum of intensity, we’ll try to use medicine balls and exercises that are lower impact (i.e. less jumping). Particularly when working […]

How to Jump & Sprint for More Power Without Lifting Heavy Weights

Power training is an important part of training for golf, but there are different kinds of power training. In this article we will give you some ideas of a few ways you can tune your power training to better suit your individual needs. For jumping exercises, one simple variable to change is the amount of […]

Top 4 Myths About Physical Therapy

There are a lot of myths about physical therapy, particularly because many people have only ever gone to physicians or surgeons and have never seen a physical therapist. This article is here to inform you about the reality of physical therapy – and what it can do for you. Myth 1: You need to be […]