8 Week Strength Training Program for Golfers
February 10 – April 7
This 8 week, off season, strength training program is specifically designed to help golfers prepare for the spring golf season. The goals of this program are to help golfers start the spring season stronger, create a more powerful swing, improve endurance, and decrease the chance of injury.
In partnership with Select Physical Therapy of Woodbridge, participants will receive a pre- and post test using FUSIONETICS; a comprehensive digital assessment tool used to discover potential injuries and ares of weakness that will be addressed during the 8 week program. This is the same tool used by the NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, MLS, and the NCAA to test their athletes for potential injuries. A post test will be performed at the end of the 8 week period to measure progress.
Golfers will then meet with a trainer one, two, or three times per week for 8 weeks. Muscle Activation Technique™ will be used to assess and identify muscle weakness, tightness, and imbalances prior to every workout. Our staff will then create a customized strength training program, tailored to the individual golfer, in order to strengthen weak muscles, correct muscle imbalances, and prepare the body for golfing. Special attention will be paid on balancing strength training days, golf game days, and adequate time for recovery and physiological adaptation.
- FUSIONETICS Pre-test date: Saturday, February 10th
- Program runs: February 10 through April 7
- FUSIONETICS Post-test date: Saturday, April 7th.
The results of a similar 8 week strength training for golfers program showed significant improvements in club speed (5 mph increase), body composition, muscle strength (56% increase), joint flexibility (24% increase), and resting blood pressure. Participants also reported feeling more energized and less fatigued during games. These results letd to more performance power and less injury.
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