Recreational golfers who’s goal is to lower their handicap must consider themselves athletes and physically train using programs that are scientifically designed to improve how the whole body moves and works together to generate power and accuracy.
Based upon the principles of Active Isolated Stretching to restore extremity and spine flexibility, we also combine golf-specific functional exercise. Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) is an in-office, specialized approach to restore joint, muscle and myofascial flexibility. Tissue hydration and nutritional support are key components of the program and it succeeds in significantly improving how clients move and feel.
The Principals of Functional Exercise Include:
- Restoration of muscle balance – length/tension relationships
- Functionally integrated strength development
- Development of improved coordination and motor skills
- Optimization of joint health particularly with osteoarthritis
- Optimal nutrition following the principles outlined in the Whole 30 Program
Comprehensive Evaluation Includes:
- Postural analysis
- Skeletal Alignment analysis-spine, shoulder, and lower limb alignment
- Foot structure and mobility evaluation
- Total body joint range of motion and flexibility assessment
- Dynamic Movement Assessment-consists of 10 individual test that we use to evaluate your range of motion, flexibility, core strength, and the Gravity Line of your golf swing
- Comprehensive Core/Hip Strength testing
Proven Benefits of This Program:
- Explosive, powerful swings with maximum club head speed
- Improve flexibility in golf-specific regions
- Gain strength and stability with exercises tailored for a golfer, not a body builder
- Improve your swing plane mechanics with postural correction and core training
- Prevent injury and improve overall performance
Medical Insurance is accepted if the golfer is rehabilitating an injury or spinal condition.