Are you serious about your golf game? I mean obsessed with crushing your drives, sticking your irons and draining putts? Not to mention becoming top dog in your foursome?
I thought so…
No doubt you’ve noticed the rise in popularity of fitness programs for the top players on all the Tours. Maybe you’ve started a fitness program in hopes of adding more power and distance, but aren’t getting the results you were hoping for . . or even worse, you end up injured and can’t play at all.
There is one primary reason for this, and I’m going to tell you all about it. But first, let me introduce myself . . .
My name is Stephen Ladd, and my obsession is training golfers as athletes, and developing their bodies to better use their golf skills and play to their peak potential. I have been doing just that for over 16 years… long before the “golf fitness” craze began. I have been trained and certified through the most prestigious golf fitness organizations in the world, including The Titleist Performance Institute and The CHEK Institute.
Golf Is A Power Sport
Even though the best golf swings are graceful, at their foundation they are also an example of “controlled violence”.
RAW POWER is what you need to crush your drives, get killer distance with all your clubs, and on the occasion when you need to go deep into the rough to get after your ball.
So if power is the key, then golfers should train using power exercises, right?
Most amateurs who undertake a power golf fitness routine end up with lackluster results and/or getting sidelined with an injury.
The reason for this common disappointment is…