Archive for the ‘Golf Conditioning’ Category

7 Golf Exercises With Resistance Bands

December 4th, 2011

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7 Golf Exercises With Resistance Bands to Give You Strength-Durance
 
Every time a golfer asks me; “What is the one piece of golf fitness equipment you would suggest, other than a stretching mat and ball – which I could use [...]

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“Body for Golf” Review by Exercise Physiologist

November 28th, 2011

“Body for Golf” Review by Exercise Physiologist and Golf Conditioning Specialist, Joey Atlas
 
In my review of “Body for Golf” (BfG), by Golf Fitness Trainer, Susan Hill I easily noticed the most critical factor being in place as soon as I looked at the outline summary of the program. That critical factor is this: Progressive [...]

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New Secret Weapon of the PGA Tour Pros

November 21st, 2011

I want to share with you the underground phenomena happening in the golf world…
Have you ever heard of the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI)?
TPI is like the secret tour research lab for golf fitness and conditioning. It’s run by Dr. Greg Rose and Dave Phillips, and they are the secret weapon for a lot of [...]

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Golf and Testosterone

November 3rd, 2011

Golf and Your Testosterone Levels: A Very Powerful Link
 
In my former days of training golfers at my studio, The Golfer’s Athletic Club, in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida – I had so many clients who were curious about natural testosterone levels and their effect on golf performance. Many interesting conversations took place – and they sparked [...]

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Medicine Ball Exercises for Golf: CardioCore Combo

July 1st, 2011

The golf swing requires total-body coordination. Everything works together, simultaneously to achieve the swing. It is rare that you’ll ever see me recommend a typical “gym/weight-lifter” type exercise where you are trying to isolate a muscle for maximum growth and bulk…
But as you know – you will see me recommending total-body movements which require: balance, [...]

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Neck Pain Kills Your Golf Game: 8-Step Fix

February 21st, 2011

One of the most common complaints amongst the new golfers I train is “Neck Pain…”
Most people find it a shock to learn how many golfers suffer from neck pain – but the truth is, the golf swing is a VERY demanding motion – and the neck gets a fair share of ‘force’…
Add to that – [...]

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Workouts for Golf: How Often and How Much?

January 11th, 2011

Sure, there may be some similarities between the two – but the ideal exercise program for the improvement of your golf game should have it’s own structure and emphasis.
Two of the most critical factors to consider are training volume and frequency.
Training volume is the amount of exercise performed in one workout session. Training frequency [...]

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#1 Best Golf Performance Tip EVER

August 9th, 2010

I’m often asked… “Joey, what’s your absolute best golf exercise tip you can give me to help my game?”

The answer is brutally simple…
If you can **be consistent** with your conditioning (no matter how basic – or how elaborate it might be) – then you are implementing the single-most best principle for optimization of your game.
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Golf Fitness Interview: Listen for Free, Improve Your Game

October 9th, 2009

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In this recent audio interview with Dr. Bret Hoffer, from South Florida, I present golf fitness tips and principles that you can use immediately, to achieve better overall fitness results and definite improvements in your golf game (and in any sport for that matter).
You’ll walk away from this interview with new information, which will [...]

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How to Reduce Your Golf Handicap Through Golf Fitness

April 10th, 2009

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How to Reduce Your Golf Handicap Through Golf Fitness
- Submitted by The Golf Drive Power Team
Chances are, if you’re an avid golfer, you’d love to be a single digit handicap (sdh) golfer. So what do these ’sdh’ golfers have that you don’t?
You may be thinking they’re simply “better golfers,” and that may be partially true, [...]

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