Cause Versus Symptom – Which Are You Treating?

Cause Versus Symptom – Which Are You Treating? This is a very commonly heard situation for several of my clients coming in for physical therapy. They say, “I hurt and am trying to treat that spot, but nothing is improving.” A common misconception is to treat the pain...

5 Pro Tips to Maximize your Back Squat

5 Pro Tips to Maximize your Back Squat As a competitive strength athlete in the sport of powerlifting for 5 years, my least favorite movement was the Back Squat. It was my weakest, I lacked the mobility to get into the proper position, and it was extremely humbling to...

The Ideal Training Routine for You

The Ideal Training Routine for You I get asked all the time.  “How many days a week should I be working out?” I also think that there are a lot of myths, or misconceptions in regard to what days you should and should not be training in the gym.  ...

What is Holding Your Golf Game Back?

What is Holding Your Golf Game Back? This age-old question “What is holding me back from playing like the pros?” I wish this was a simple question, but unfortunately there is a multitude of factors to truly answer it thoroughly. Golf is a game of focus, coordination,...

Key Components to Power Development

Key Components to Power Development If you haven’t heard yet, here it is now.  Power is king.  The greater that you can produce power, the further you will hit a golf ball, and lower your handicap.   Power is the product of force times...

3 Things Every Golfer Needs Before Their Round

There are 3 things that every golfer needs before playing a round of golf. No matter your age, ability level, or any factor in between, these 3 checkpoints will help ensure that you are prepared for your round.  Nutrition First and foremost, your body needs the...

One Core Exercise for Every Golfer

When it comes to lumbopelvic stabilization you need to be thinking about how the pelvis moves about the spine.  Through your spine, your hips can flex and extend.  When thinking about a well-developed and strong lumbopelvic complex, you need to be able to...