Golf tips and swing advice can only take you so far. In order to truly correct a flawed swing, the causes of the problems must be treated, not the symptoms. A bad swing doesn't always mean that you're doing things wrong---it's just that your body isn't letting you do things right. By understanding and changing your body you'll be able to correct your mechanics naturally so you can take your game to the next level.
Beginning with an assessment that will determine where a golfer's body is too tight, not strong enough or out of balance, your trainer will then create an individualized program specific to the golfer's needs, goals, and abilities. This program includes exercises that focus on improving strength and mobility in the golf-specific muscles and joints. Examples of exercises could include core strengthening exercises to improve stability, dynamic stretches to improve flexibility, and exercises that target the golf-specific muscles and joints.
Our qualified trainer will also be able to provide guidance on proper form and technique for each exercise. Additionally, the trainer can provide feedback and guidance on how to adjust the program as the golfer's strength and mobility improve. Lastly, we will provide motivation and accountability, which are essential components for any golfer looking to take their game to the next level.
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