I always try to keep up with the latest knowledge available to fitness professionals. This past week, I traveled across the country to upgrade my knowledge and check out the cutting edge of golf fitness.
I visited golf's premiere trade show, the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Florida. While I was there, I attended a TPI fitness professional certification class in order to keep my knowledge fresh.
Posted by Jeff Miller @ Tuesday, February 02, 2016 @ 13:50pm
I always stress the importance of preparing for physical activity by stretching. Golf is no exception. Most people think of pectoralis muscles as something gym rats use to show off, but they are an important interface between your arms and your core. As such, they are crucial to a good golf swing.
Posted by Jeff Miller @ Tuesday, June 16, 2015 @ 13:53pm
I've talked about the five physical pillars of a good golf swing before: flexibility, balance, strength, endurance, and power. In previous weeks, I've talked about strength, balance, and flexibility, and this week I'll address endurance, and what you can do to improve yours.
Posted by Jeff Miller @ Tuesday, June 02, 2015 @ 13:26pm
TPI philosophy of the swing: “We don't believe there is one way to swing a club. We believe there are infinite numbers of ways to swing a club, but we also believe that there is one efficient way for all golfers to swing a club, and it's based on what they can physically do.”
Posted by Jeff Miller @ Tuesday, April 14, 2015 @ 13:46pm
It might be a trip to the big city for a business conference or an adventure around the world. No matter what kind of trip it is, one thing is certain. Our normal routines get completely thrown out the window when travelling. Here are some tips that can help.
Posted by Katie Rose @ Tuesday, March 03, 2015 @ 04:24am
Any golfers out there? Golf is a great summer activity and the average male will expend about 620 calories during an 18-hole round!! Not a bad way to get some activity in. Like any activity though there is always the chance for injury and in fact the most common complaint is low-back pain. It can be caused by poor swing mechanics, poor conditioning or overuse…that is using the same movements repeatedly.
Today’s typical golfer faces many challenges. Not only are golf courses becoming longer and more difficult, but today’s golfer is actually less prepared to play the game. In today’s automated society of long commutes, computers and television, many golf enthusiasts are not properly conditioned because of a lack of movement in their everyday lives. People today are spending more time in office-related jobs and more hours at work.