Your 12 Week Online Golf Fitness Programme

Are you struggling for distance?
Frustrated with your swing?
Fed up of golf injuries?
Tired of being beaten by your mates?
Bored of practicing and not getting any better?


Then you need golf fitness!

If you answered YES to any of the above and want to improve your game then get in touch and see how we can help you

Check out the video below to see what we do and how we do it...



What's included...


A step by step, week by week programme that guides you through the programme






Select your common golf faults and we'll tailor your 12 week golf fitness plan to specifically target your technical issues




Regular emails from me and weekly success coaching to help guide you through each stage of your plan







Full access to our golf fitness workout library with a variety of exercises specifically designed to help your swing






Loads of added extras such as recipes, articles and videos to help you make the most of your journey








How to Get Started...

Any physical limitations within the body will produce compensations in technique during the golf swing. These compensations effect the quality of strike, inconsistency in shot shape and reduce distance. Here are the main technical swing faults and their associated physical restrictions -

Identify your primary and secondary golf faults, and we will tailor your golf fitness programmes to the needs of your swing


Casting

Description: Early release of the golf club during the downswing.

Physical Restrictions: Limited hip, ankle mobility causing lack of lower body movement. Inability to separate upper & lower body. Weakness in the core and lower body and any lack of mobility in the wrist - including previous wrist injury.

Shot Faults Produces a weak impact position which adds loft to the club, creating excessive spin on the golf ball. Casting is a major cause of loss of power and consistency of strike.


Chicken Winging

Description: When the lead elbow bends and the lead wrist cups through impact creating the appearance of a chicken wing.

Physical Restrictions: Limited lower body strength & power. Poor shoulder mobility.

Shot Faults: Reduces the width through impact and therefore reduces power and clubbed speed. Also adds loft to the club face creating excessive spin on the ball therefore a lack of distance.


Early Extension

Description: Any forward movement of the lower body towards the golf ball during the backswing.

Physical Restrictions: Limited hip hinge, poor ankle & hip mobility, lack of lower body & core strength and inability to separate the upper & lower body.

Shot Faults: Arms and club get stuck or trapped behind the body in the downswing. Typical shots include block and hook.


Flat Shoulder Plane

Description: When the shoulders rotate on a horizontal plane rather than around the axis of the spine

Physical Restrictions: Poor shoulder joint mobility and lat flexibility. Inability to hinge at the hips and separate upper & lower body.

Shot Faults: Inconsistency squaring the club face at impact - resulting in inconsistency of strike. Typical shots include fat, thin, pull or slice.


Flying Elbow

Description: Trail elbow leaves the side of the body during the backswing. Elbow will point away from the golfer at the top of the backswing.

Physical Restrictions: Poor shoulder joint mobility, poor thoracic spine mobility particularly in extension, poor scapula stability and lack of overall upper body strength.

Shot Faults: Backswing & downswing efficiency and sequencing issues.


Forward Lunge

Description: Any excessive lateral movement of the upper body towards the target during transition and the downswing, causes the upper body to have more movement than the lower body.

Physical Restrictions: Poor hip and ankle mobility, lack of lower body strength, lack of core strength.

Shot Faults: Creates a very steep angle of attack which produces shots with a high amount of spin.


Hanging Back

Description: Lack of weight shift towards the target in the downswing. The player will normally be on their back foot at impact.

Physical Restrictions: Poor hip and ankle mobility, lack of lower body strength & stability. Lack of lower body power.

Shot Faults: Will produce “heavy” or “fat” shots and is a major cause of loss of club head speed due to lack of lower body movement.


Late Buckle

Description: A dip or drop downwards in height after impact. This can normally be seen as a break of the knees or a sudden bend.

Physical Restrictions: Poor hip mobility, lack of ankle mobility & stability, weakness through the core and lower back, lack of lower body strength & stability.

Shot Faults: Inconsistency of strike and lack of distance.


Loss Of Posture

Description: Any excessive change in the bodyʼs angles from the original set-up posture.

Physical Restrictions: Inability to separate upper & lower body. Limited hip hinge at set-up. Limited spinal mobility. Poor hip, shoulder and lat flexibility. Lack of full body strength particularly lower body & core.

Shot Faults: Creates lack of timing, balance and rhythm. Typical shots include block and hook.


Over The Top

Description: Overuse of the upper body on the downswing which causes the club to be thrown outside of the swing plane, resulting in the club head striking the ball from out to in.

Physical Restrictions: Lack of lower body strength & stability, poor hip mobility and lack of core strength.

Shot Faults: If the club head is open at impact this fault will produce a slice. If the club head is square at impact it will produce a pull.


Reverse Spine Angle

Description: Any excessive upper body backwards bend or any excessive left lateral upper body bend during the backswing (for a right handed golfer).

Physical Restrictions: Poor upper & lower body separation - reduced spinal mobility, shortened lat flexibility, poor hip mobility and lack of lower body strength & stability.

Shot Faults: Makes it difficult to start the downswing sequence correctly. This swing fault is the number one cause of lower back pain in golfers.


Scooping

Description: Premature release of wrist angles in the downswing. Produces a weak position at impact and is often when the golferʼs hands pass the club face during impact.

Physical Restrictions: Lack of lower body power, poor hip mobility and poor wrist mobility

Shot Faults: Casting adds loft to the club face resulting in loss of power and consistency of strike.


Slide

Description: Any excessive lateral movement of the lower body towards the target in the downswing.

Physical Restrictions: Poor hip mobility, poor separation of upper & lower body, lack of lower body strength leaves poor lower body stability - especially in the glute medius/ minimus.

Shot Faults: Loss of power and speed through lack of lower body stability.


Sway

Description: Any excessive lateral movement of the lower body away from the target during the backswing.

Physical Restrictions: Poor hip mobility, poor separation of upper & lower body, lack of lower body strength leaves limited lower body stability - especially in the glute medius/ minimus.

Shot Faults: Typically makes it difficult to get an efficient weight shift in the backswing resulting in loss of power and speed.







*DISCLAIMER: Results may vary and are based on individual circumstances. Timeframes for results are not guaranteed and commitment and a desire to change is required.