Today, we’re going to talk about how golfers can take advantage of the Swiss Ball/Exercise Ball/Yoga Ball or whatever you call it. If you’ve ever seen this piece of equipment and always wondered how to best use it, then wonder no more.
If you’ve ever done any sort of strength training program that involves your lower body, you have undoubtedly cursed the creator of the program for adding lunges.
"The #1 factor in your success for any program, whether it be nutrition, weight loss, fitness, getting your PhD, learning guitar or whatever you’re into is your ability to stick with it.
95% of people do push-ups incorrectly...But that's okay.
In a perfect world, we’d all get to the course a few hours early like Tiger Woods and have our team get us warmed-up and ready to play on the #1 tee box. However, we all know the reality of our schedules and sometimes screeching our tires in the parking...
Everyday active people only need a normal range or motion to function safely at a high level – golfers aren’t normal.
As we get older, as our time gets scarcer, and as we get a little more complacent, our bodies start to get a little stiffer than when we were younger, bulletproof and made out of rubber. Two of those areas that really affect our golf swing are our shoulders and...
As our bodies get older, it's important that our exercises and workouts evolve to not only work on our weaknesses, but perhaps more importantly, take advantage of our strengths. With that in mind, Jeff has put together a short video that will take you by the hand and walk you...
In the first segment of the video, Jeff explains how you're losing speed and distance by not properly making the connection between the ground, your feet and your back-to-front weight shift.
In the first segment of the video, Jeff demonstrates an extremely simple assessment to determine your level of mobility.