You invest thousands of dollars…
- in custom club fitting and equipment
- in instruction and lessons to learn how to improve your swing
- in memberships and greens fees annually
But how much do you invest in the one constant in golf – YOUR BODY, the one that needs to perform for you to improve and enjoy playing golf longer? Even if you are working out today, do know if you are maximizing your time at the gym to be beneficial for golf?
TPI Level 1 Assessment
The most efficient swing is not the same for every golfer, because efficiency is unique to your body. To achieve an efficient swing, a golfer must first be screened. The Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Level I assessment is a functional movement screen that will be performed so we can identify any physical limitations. The assessment will take about an hour where we will review swing mechanics, biomechanics, physical fitness, movement quality, current health, and a client history.
Once an assessment has been completed I will create a personalized program based on your needs.
TPI Level 2 Fitness Assessment
Athletic capacity testing allows us to identify “leaks” in an athlete’s ability to express energy. The TPI Level 2 Fitness Screens are golf-specific capacity screens to assess skill and/or specific characteristics needed for an activity. This fitness assessment will cover, Power, strength and cardiovascular testing.
The Level 2 Fitness Assessment will only be performed after a Level 1 Movement assessment has been completed.
Personal training at home
60-minute private session, where I come to you. Training at home is convenient, private, and allows for a flexible schedule to meet your needs.
Personal training at the gym
60-minute private session with me in my personal gym located in Denville, NJ.
4 Pillars of Success
All personalized programs that I create incorporate these four pillars of success:
Mobility & Flexibility
A golfer needs the flexibility to allow a muscle to lengthen passively through a range of motion. It’s not only having the muscles stretching over a joint, but also the mobility for how far the joint moves within the joint capsule.
Core & Stability
A golfer must develop the core musculature and stability to maintain the postural positions required of the golf swing, sequence each phase of the swing correctly, and generate speed into the impact position.
Posture & Balance
Posture & balance is dynamic controlling quality. Optimum alignment of each segment of the human movement system is a cornerstone to a golf swing. If one component of the human movement system is out of alignment, other components will have to compensate.
Strength & Cardio
Functional strength related to golf is the ability of the neuromuscular system to produce and reduce force efficiently in all planes of motion during the execution of the golf swing.