How can you improve your sport?
GOLF SPECIFIC MOVEMENT AND AWESOME ROTATIONAL POWER.
Sports specific training is exciting. Performance based movement. The golf swing.
I was able to sit down with Alan Wilson recently and enjoy a quality lunch with him and discuss his results over the last year. We spoke about reducing his handicap, hitting the ball further, and how long it takes for him to be really warmed up on the golf course.
Alan has been working with me for a few years now and we’ve seen a lot of progress in our time together. More recently during golf season we’ve had more time to dedicate to sports specific movements. Combining strength & conditioning and mobility patterns performed in both the studio and at home, the results have been really rewarding.
Alan and I have been breaking down his golf swing for a little while now to allow us to find transferable movement patterns that carry over to the sport. This is functional training at it’s very best. Sometimes functional movements are created in studio to tap into powerful parts of the swing for instance. The goal is to improve his strength in extension and rotation and it’s working.
“THROUGH SPECIFIC STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING WE CAN INCREASE ROTATIONAL POWER”.
Coupled with this, improving Alan’s range of movement so that there is more power available to him throughout his swing has been a massive focus throughout our training together.
Check Alan talking about his training.
Improving your sports specific ability can be incorporated into personal training, and into your health and fitness training. The movements Alan and I do in the studio are still conducive to promoting lean muscle, improving cardiovascular health and reducing stress.
Make sure your training is for you.
If you are spending time in a gym or you’re training for a goal, make sure your time is worth it. Real people, real results.
What would you want to achieve?