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Arm Presses


This simple pose is something I do nearly every day – especially when my body gets out of posture. The Wall Drop with Arm Presses does wonders by not only helping  the pelvis get back into position by stretching out the Calves, Hamstrings, and Glutes, but also by pressing your shoulders and arms into the wall, which fires and strengthens your upper  back and shoulder muscles.  A Flexible Lower Body and a strong back is a good combination!

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Balancing Your Body with the Power Fan


The Power Swing Fan is a fabulous tool for increasing power in your golf swing.  However, overusing one side of the body can over time, actually hinder your Accelerator and Decelerator muscles.  Swinging the Power Swing Fan Left Handed like I demonstrate here, will actually crate better balance and Power Up the Decelerator muscles on your weaker side.  Having better balance among the muscles will then REALLY give you mo power!

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Arm Angels


By stretching obliques and lats, you’ll be freeing up your shoulder blades along with stretching the lower body.  If you want a smoother and more effective golf swing – this exercise is for you.  Note:  If you can’t get your arms back against the wall, don’t worry about it, just take the arms to their limit – then back off and gently glide.  AND, if you have serious shoulder problems, don’t do this exercises until you’ cleared by a physician or anatomical functionalist.

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27 Point Program


Become a great Shot maker with The 27 Point Program. My old friend, the late Jim Flick used to say that the golf swing was a reaction to the golfer’s intent of swinging at the target. I've always liked that analogy because I feel that most golfers focus too much of their swing – and not on the shot they want to hit. One of the greatest players I ever saw was a man named Ted Richards – the 1953 U.S. Public Links Champion who never turned pro (certainly not because he couldn't). Ted taught me the 27 point program which when practiced, will teach you how to hit different types of shots, i.e, High Fades, Low Hook, Low Fades, etc. This drill is phenomenal and if you practice it on the range – then on the course, your entire perception of golf will change. You’ll start playing ‘shots’ and stop playing ‘Swing’.

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Develop More Power with the Power Swing Fan


Over the years, golf has evolved into a Power Game and everybody wants more power!  It’s gotten to the point where many of the greatest courses in the world have become obsolete because the technology has the ball going further than ever before, and consequently, many courses have gotten too short.

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Arnold Palmer: Golf Fitness, Flexibility & Driving Distance Part 2


Part 2 – After playing a practice round with Tommy Jacobs several years ago at the Senior PGA Championship, Arnold Palmer was amazed at Tommy’s incredible driving distance – especially considering that nearly all of the other seniors had ‘lost’ distance!

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Static Back Press


A simple pose that will do wonders for you – especially suppressing back pain. In a short amount of time, you’ll begin to feel your back begin to ‘melt’ into the floor.  As the body relaxes, you’ll find that your pelvis will relax which will then ‘let go’ of it’s grip on the spine. You can spend 5 minutes up to 30 minutes in this incredibly effective pose.

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Importance of Flexibility


In this video, I’m giving you a short overview of ‘Why’ flexibility is so important in the golf swing.  If you’re now depressed because you’re not flexible, don’t worry – because  – Everybody, no matter what the age can improve the range of motion in their bodies ‘If they stretch the right muscles – the right way’.  (And, I just happen to know where you can find a flexibility program to do just that!). 

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Explanation of the Hamstrings


Exercise – Explanation of the Hamstrings and their function in the golf swing.  Tight hamstrings and their corresponding muscles play a MAJOR role in the golf swing!  These muscles affect your lower body in a big way – AND, the Lower body dictates to the upper body during the swing.  If your Hammies and lower body muscles aren't functional, your lower body won’t be able to stabilize and allow the upper body to coil effectively against it.  This video will explain the role of the Hammies  as well as test them to determine where you’re at’.  Let me know how you do by leaving your comment below.

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Importance of Breathing

Breathing Method for sports

Great Breathing Method for Golf and Sports


Unfortunately, I’ve found that the majority of people in our culture actually Breathe improperly.  This is largely due to the Forward Flextion – sitting down culture that we live in.  Proper breathing begins in the lower diaphragm with the oxygen bellowing upwards.  People whose  hips and shoulders are out of position nearly always breathe from their upper thorax which creates a shallow breath which is not as powerful as the powerful breaths resulting from the lower diaphragm.  Generating what’s called IAP – Intra Abdominal Pressure is a must for better health, focus and relaxation.

Tension is PUBLIC ENEMY #1 in Golf… and Life, for that matter; And, without question, the best way to ‘Take a Swing at Tension’ (which is a phrase I heard from fellow teacher Dean Reinmuth), is by
taking some full and deep breaths, starting from the abdomen on up.

breathing method for golf

Watching a basketball player at the Free Throw Line, or a baseball pitcher about to go into his windup, you’ve probably noticed that they’ll always take a few deep breaths before delivering their shot or pitch. However, we don’t always see this with amateur golfers – who in large part, have more time to stand over the ball and ‘think’ about it; which often freezes them and inhibits their oxygen and neuron flow throughout their swing.

Taking a couple deep breaths (especially when you’re feeling ‘Up Tight’) while visualizing your intended shot at the target, will certainly help you make a Smooth and Rhythmic golf swing.

In today’s video, I demonstrate a Breathing Method on how to breathe which will certainly help you keep yourself from ‘Choking’ when you’re getting into Crunch Time.