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Golf

Historically, golf and fitness were not synonymous.

But as the game and fitness science have evolved and fitness science has come to the forefront of athletics, professional and amateur golfers alike have begun state-of-the-art performance training to keep their bodies at peak performance.  With this new push for fitness in golf, younger golfers are outperforming their predecessors, while veterans are extending their careers.

The goals of a golf fitness professional are to keep their clients injury free and performing at the highest possible level.  Back In Action’s Titleist Professional Institute (TPI) Certified Medical Professionals understand how the body moves during the golf swing and how an individual’s physical limitations may influence or change that swing. If your coach has told you that you “go over the top,” “extend early,” or “sway or slide,” our PTs can identify why. We will get to the bottom of these unwanted movements and address them properly so your swing is efficient, powerful, and effective, and so that you play longer!

The Titleist Professional Institute (TPI) is the world’s leading educational organization dedicated to the study of golf swing mechanics. Using TPI’s assessment screen, Back In Action’s TPI Certified Medical Professionals analyze your swing and establish a plan of action for your limitations. Following this plan of action empowers you to get the best out of your game!

How does this work?

Every new golf client will be taken through a comprehensive TPI Golf Fitness Assessment.  The results of the assessment will pinpoint where and why your body causes detrimental swing issues.

With that information, a program will be designed individually for you. Through a combination of specific activities and advanced PT knowledge, your therapist will increase your mobility and improve your game.

Is this type of thing for me?

Do you ever hear your golf professional or coach tell you that you are coming over the top, or not making a good turn, or not in the slot? And even with all the hours on the course and on the range, you just cannot seem to improve? It may be due to mobility or stability limitations, which is exactly what the TPI addresses!

Golf Professionals

Do your students lack the ability to stay in their golf posture? To isolate rotation in their trunk or hips? Despite all your great coaching, are they just not performing?  This could be due to sliding, swaying, coming over the top, early extending, or a reverse spine angle.

This is where we come in.  TPI has studied these swing characteristics and flaws and has identified weakness, instability, stiffness and lack of mobility as contributors. With your coaching ability and our expertise in body mechanics, we team up to bring your golfer to peak performance. You stay in control: you tell us what aspect of their game to address, and we figure out the physical mechanics behind it.

When you partner with a TPI professional, you gain a valuable partner. Together, we’ll lower your client scores and get your golfers performing at their best.

The Titleist Professional Institute (TPI) is the world’s leading educational organization dedicated to the study of golf swing mechanics. Using TPI’s assessment screen, Back In Action’s TPI Certified Medical Professionals analyze your swing and establish a plan of action for your limitations. Following this plan of action empowers you to get the best out of your game!

How does this work?

Every new golf client will be taken through a comprehensive TPI Golf Fitness Assessment.  The results of the assessment will pinpoint where and why your body causes detrimental swing issues.

With that information, a program will be designed individually for you. Through a combination of specific activities and advanced PT knowledge, your therapist will increase your mobility and improve your game.

Is this type of thing for me?

Do you ever hear your golf professional or coach tell you that you are coming over the top, or not making a good turn, or not in the slot? And even with all the hours on the course and on the range, you just cannot seem to improve? It may be due to mobility or stability limitations, which is exactly what the TPI addresses!

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