How to Find The Right Golf Fitness Information Without Spending Hours on Google
The Tiger Woods area brought a whole new level of focus on how important fitness is in the world of golf.
We still have a long way to go to bring the right knowledge to the mainstream though.
The issues is that
Much of it conflicting, scattered and confusing.
Do a quick search for the best golf core exercises or how to warm up for golf and y
Who can you trust and how do you skip the constant searches on Google for the right information?
The following three sites are leading the way in the golf exercise industry.
They have a wealth of experience and experts leading the charge to give you the best information so you don’t have to spend hours searching for it.
TPI is widely known in the industry for its Golf Fitness Certification and as the go-to resource for golfers and golf fitness trainers alike. They offer golf fitness trainers a Level 1 Certification and 5 different advanced certification routes.
TPI has some impressive statistics to back up their golf fitness information:
- 25 of the top 30 golfers in the world are advised by a TPI Certified Professional.
- 18 of the last 20 majors were won by players advised by a TPI Certified Professional.
- 52 of the last 63 PGA Tour Events were won by players advised by a TPI Certified Professional.
The Golf Channel
The Golf Channel has helped lead the charge since the early days in the golf fitness world. It was one of the first to recognize the importance of golf fitness by airing episodes of TPI’s Golf Fitness Academy.
The fitness tips page from the Golf Channel offers a blend of informative golf exercise videos and articles. This includes not only the top golf fitness professionals but also the top golfers in the world. A quick search will find
Revolution Golf Fitness
The only caveat is that Revolution will cost you $49 for the year for their golf fitness information.
Where to Go From Here
All three sites above have valuable information on golf fitness and exercise. I’d especially recommend spending time on the MyTPI site as they are the preeminent resource for golf fitness.
The issue with the amount of time you spend on TPI or elsewhere is what you come away with?
Do you come away with a collection of exercises and tips
Or do you come away with a clear cut program you can implement?
If you are only looking for
However, if you are looking for a golf fitness program, and we all should have one, then I recommend investing money in a golf fitness trainer in your area to implement one for you. You can have the best of both worlds by finding one who is TPI Certified.
If you don’t have the money to spend on a golf fitness trainer then another great idea is an online golf fitness program from a TPI Certified professional.
In addition Ladd is also a Level 2 TPI Power Coach which is a certification dedicated to improving your overall power and distance.
One on one instruction is always the best, but it could also be hard to find a professional with the qualifications that Ladd has at that cheap of a price.