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Finding your best golf swing is a matter of balance. Your brain is telling you to swing hard in order to hit the ball farther. But if you don’t have balance figured out before you take that mighty swing, the odds that you'll produce a shot at the target are subpar.
A question that comes up often for our coaching staff at Hit ITGreat® is “What exercise equipment makes the most sense for working on golf fitness at home?”
Many of our day-to-day activities create stiffness and tightness in ways we don’t pay attention to. Hunching over a computer keyboard or driving a car, for example.
Most of us don't typically perform movements with big sweeping ranges of motion. But, that’s exactly what we need to do to naturally improve flexibility.
Should you back off of a full golf workout program during your playing season or should you train the same all year round?
An offhand comment by Nick Faldo in April offers some insight into what to expect at the upcoming Tokyo Olympics.
We're often asked how we train our junior players to develop swing speed. While a bit more complex, the concept is the same: develop strength, coordination, and explosive power.
One of the biggest topics of conversation in golf right now is speed -- specifically, how to create velocity in the swing. In this episode of Fitness Friday, we talk about controlling and connecting your upper and lower body to create a safe, balanced speed in your swing. Grab your medicine ball and let's get to work!
To be the best, you need to work with the best. In the culinary world, it means being in the kitchen with a Michelin-starred chef. In the film world, it means being on the set with an Academy Award-winning director. And when it comes to your golf game and your golf swing, it means working out with the top strength, conditioning, and biomechanics coaches in the sport. And that's what Hit IT Great is all about.