Training Tips and Tricks
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Foot Elevated Upper Body Rotation

Post by  Michael McDonnell Nov 03, 2018
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Set up with all toes facing straight ahead, then maintaining length in the down leg slightly drive your hips forward. As you do this, rotate your upper body over the front leg and keep your arms straight. Perform 10 reps per side.

Parform Weekly Workouts - Week 3

Post by  Jeremy DeLuca Sep 24, 2018
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Parform Weekly Workouts - Week 2

Post by  Michael McDonnell Sep 10, 2018
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Rolling Hips

Post by  Michael McDonnell Aug 17, 2018
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A great way to mobilize the hips through a full range of motion prior to playing golf. Sit up tall, use your hands for support as little as possible and drop the knees side to side trying to maintain 90 degree angles with your legs....

Hip Internal Rotation

Post by  Michael McDonnell Aug 17, 2018
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One of the best drills to increase range of motion in the hips. On the downswing, we need to have the ability to internally rotate the lead hip in order to use our lower body for power and avoid swing faults such as early extension....

Half Kneeling T-Spine Rotation

Post by  Michael McDonnell Aug 17, 2018
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Anchoring the foam roller against the wall, rotate through the upper back. Squeeze the glute of the down leg and actively push the roller into the wall. 2 sets of 8 on each side.

Shoulder Mobility

Post by  Michael McDonnell Aug 17, 2018
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Stand tall and avoid leaning forward or jutting the head in order to create a larger range of motion. Perform 1 set of 10 repetitions.

Trunk Activated Bridge

Post by  Michael McDonnell Jul 31, 2018
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  The glutes are the king of the golf swing and are meant to generate strength and power. This drill is a great way to get the glutes fired up prior to stepping on the first tee. Using a light band or tube, pull your...

Hip Hinge

Post by  Michael McDonnell Jul 31, 2018
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  Having the ability to hinge and crease your body at your hips may be the most important aspect of movement quality when it comes to golf. Our hips are meant to be mobile, and if they aren't we result to major compensations with often...

Side Lateral Step Ups For Power

Post by  Scott Fedisin May 17, 2018
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Using a bench for advanced or a step for beginners. Step lateral side to side keeping the body from bouncing high. Remember to keep the weight distributed evenly on both legs. Do this 20x for your next power move for your golf game.