Foam rolling will allow your body to move optimally during physical activities such as swinging a golf club, and it should be an important part of every golfers golf fitness plan. This week me and Domenic Pompile from Vado Physical Therapy, will show you key foam rolling moves that every single golfer should be doing.Read More
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Early extension occurs when your pelvis moves closer to the ball during the downswing making your body straighten up too early. Does this problem sound familiar? We got you covered!
This week me and Mike Midgette PGA pro, will give you the best exercises and drills to help you stop early extending!
About a third of all amateur golfers hang back during the golf swing. If you are having a hard time shifting your weight from the trail to the lead leg during the downswing, and if you lean away from the target during and after impact this video is for you!Read More
In this video I will be demonstrating some common exercises, as well as another movement that can be performed from the same piece of equipment. In residential and corporate fitness centers, where space and equipment choices can be limited, it's important to be able to get the most out of each piece of equipment. Let me know what you guys think about the exercises demonstrated by commenting in the section below!
When you guys train, do you prefer total body workouts, body part splits, or training an individual muscle? 🤔 With so many different ways to train, each having their own pros and cons, it's no wonder people get confused on how to workout!
In this video, I'll be demonstrating a favorite method of mine for performing a total body workout, using the pull, push, leg, abdominal template. Feel free to plug in your own exercises, or you can use the ones I suggested for your own training! 💪
This week I will be showing you a my favorite exercises and stretches to help you regain the mobility and strength necessary for a powerful golf swing rotation! Get ready to power up you hips!Read More
The glutes are the most important muscle in golf, that's why they are commonly referred to as the “King of the Golf Swing”. This week I will be showing you a test that you can do at home to determine whether your glutes are weak or strong. Additionally, I will show you some of my favorite glute activation exercises guaranteed to help you hit the ball further and reduce your aches and pains!Read More
Your treadmill workouts shouldn't have to be the same old boring routine that you've been doing for the past year. Just like resistance training, your body will adapt to the stress which is placed on it, often resulting in a plateau in progress over time. The same rule applies to cardiovascular training. You need to add some variation within your cardio workouts so your body remains challenged, and to also keep your workouts "fresh and fun"!
Check out these exercises you can perform from the treadmill either as a separate workout, or incorporated within your normal treadmill routine. These exercises will not only add variety, but also aid in your fat loss and cardiovascular goals. Let me know what you guys think by leaving a comment in the comment section below! Have fun!
In golf, having a rounded upper back at setup (also known as C posture) severely limits your ability to rotate during the golf swing, limiting your backswing and forcing you to develop compensations. This week I will be showing you my favorite exercises that will help you correct your posture to reduce your risk of injury and improve your golf performance.Read More
Get ready to turn up your TRX training with some of my favorite intermediate to advanced exercises! If you haven't watched Vol.1 yet make sure you click the link here https://youtu.be/7yFtQTWXt9E to check that video out before going onto this one! What are some some of your favorite exercises to perform off of the TRX? Leave them in the comment section below!
This week, our special guest, Domenic Pompile PT, CSCS, will be answering all of your shoulder related questions and demonstrating exercises that will help you improve your shoulder function and scapular stability. In turn, these small changes will translate into a much more efficient golf swing and a reduced risk of injury!
You don't need a TON of equipment to get in a solid total body workout. That's why this week I wanted to demonstrate a total body workout that you can do just by utilizing the rope cable tower attachment. No need to go from handle to handle when you have a rope and an arsenal of exercises to go along with it! This workout would be great for those times when time and space are limited within your residential or corporate fitness center! Give the workout a try and let me know what you thought of it in the comment section below!
Everyone wants to increase their swing speed and gain a few extra yards at the golf course!
This week I will be showing you a workout that will help you accomplish this. I will be combining general fitness exercises with more specific golf swing movements that will help you gain the strength and speed necessary.Read More
Have you ever walked into your residential or corporate fitness center scratching your head because you had no idea where to begin? In this week's video, I've outlined a basic total body strength training template you can use when going to the gym! Having a plan will always make your workouts more productive. I've also highlighted a few examples of different exercises you can use to create your own workout.
This week's video was shot on location at Delray Station Apartments in Delray Beach, Florida! If you are a resident of this community don't forget to sign up for your complimentary training session with Prime Health Management! Send us a message for details.
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This week I will be showing you some of the best medicine ball exercises that you can do at the gym to improve your golf swing. Develop rotary power, upper/lower body separation, and core control with these exercises.
My partner this week is Alex Phillips, World Long Drive Competitor! Follow her on Instagram and Twitter (@aphilaphil) to watch her smash the ball all over the world!
Med Ball Exercises For Golf:
- Medball Half Kneeling Bounce Passes
- Medball Squat to Side Toss
- Medball Half Kneeling Side Toss
- Medball Kneeling Side Toss
- Medball Situp and Throw
- Medball Dissasociation Turns
- Medball Dissasociation Single Leg Turns
- Medball Ball Slams
- Medball Side to Side Ball Slams
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This workout is designed for anybody who has limited space, limited equipment, and limited time to train! Perfect for anybody that uses their residential or corporate fitness center! All you will need to partake in this workout is a medicine ball and dumbbell of your choice! Enjoy!
A complex is a series of exercises to be performed one right after another with no rest in between, and is usually done with the same piece of equipment. In this video I will be showing you 3 of my favorite complexes that can be done in your luxury residential or corporate fitness center. All you will need is a cable tower machine, a circular plate, and a set of dumbbells of your choice. You will perform 3 total rounds of each complex, making sure to complete each exercise before beginning the next round. Perform anywhere from 8-12 repetitions per exercise.
This video is for anyone that is possibly unsure of the execution of their form while performing some common exercises in the gym. If you are a beginner or even an intermediate lifter, I urge you to watch this video to see if you can relate to any of these issues regarding exercise form.
This week's video was filmed at the Caspian Delray Beach. If you are a resident of the Caspian don't forget to sign up for your complimentary personal training session to be done in the comfort of your own, private fitness center. Email Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started.
Are you looking for more variation within your workouts? Are you tired of the same old boring routine that you've been doing for the last two years? Why not incorporate the Swiss Ball into your workouts? The Swiss Ball is a great way to make some of the more common exercises you may be familiar with a little more challenging. Also, for those of you who train out of your community or corporate fitness center, space and equipment options can be limited. Most fitness centers have a few Swiss Balls, so I hope that you are able to take with you a few of these exercise I'm about to show you!