What is Core Strength: Core strength involves training the muscles in your pelvis, lower back, hips and abdomen to work in balance.
Why do a Core Strength program: By completing a core strength program it will help stabilise the body and increase power in your shots. Without strong muscles in your stomach, hips, butt and lower back, you can’t produce a golf swing that is both powerful and technically sound. It also helps you avoid injuries, especially in the back area. Weak core muscles can lead to poor posture which is a common factor in lower back pain.
What is Strength Training: Strength training is any type of exercise that involves your own body weight or equipment to build muscle mass, endurance, and strength.
Why do a Strength Training program: By completing a strength training program you can improve your muscular speed, strength, power and endurance. In golf terms, you will create greater clubhead speed, and hit a longer and consistent shot. It will also increase total rotational power, force, and velocity.
What is Power Training: power training can be defined as improving “explosive” movements. Power training gets you to apply the greatest amount of maximal strength in the shortest period of time. The goal of power training is to increase the rate of force production. In simple terms, generate more clubhead speed to hit the ball harder and faster.
Why do a Power Training program: To increase the power of your golf swing , you need to improve whole body power, strength, and technique. For the technique part, see your golf coach. For the whole body power and strength you complete a range of exercises that involve improving whole body strength and exercises which are explosive. Both exercises will increase power.
What is Fitness training: Fitness training is performing exercises like running that will improve your fitness and aerobic capacity.
Why do a Fitness Training program: Finish your game stronger by completing our professionally designed fitness sessions. Golf rounds last for 2 to 4 hours, therefore demanding energy from both your aerobic and anaerobic energy systems. The better your fitness conditioning is the less likely you will exhibit the effects of fatigue towards the end of the round.