Improve Your Golf Performance with Personal Training

Written By TMS Fitness, Total Movement Studio on January 18, 2019

Traditionally, golfers haven’t been too terribly concerned with being fit and in good shape. Over time, that has changed dramatically as golfers have noticed a positive change in their golf performance, power, and flexibility.

The best golfers have also discovered that the many benefits of personal training like an increase in strength and better control which goes over extremely well on the green.

Why Should Fitness Be Important to Golfers?

Having a sports trainer that specializes in golf training is going to be critical in improving both strength and stability. There are several goals that are the focus for the golfer working on fitness as part of their golfing routine.

As you work on your physical fitness, your balance will also be improved. This is especially important because having excellent balance means a better golf swing. 

Stability is another boon to have when you’re a golfer. Being stable means that you will be in full control of every swing. Improving your functional strength leads to better stability.

How Often Should You Train?

Personal training for golfers is much like any other fitness program. Golf training sessions should take place between 3-5 times every week. You’ll want to continue with it to keep up your strength and progress.

If you were to combine regular practice sessions on the range with regular training, you’ll see the benefits of the additional training. In fact, there have been studies done that examine muscle strength as related to golf performance proving that training will lead to improvement. 

Your game will start to improve within just a few weeks. Try it and see just how it can impact your performance the next time you head out to Troon North Golf Club or your local Top Golf.

Getting Started

Getting started with personal training or finding a sports trainer that specializes in golf training in your area can be difficult. It mostly depends on your area and what your preferred trainer style is going to be. Make sure you find someone that is patient that also communicates well.

You also want someone that has educational certifications proving that they know what they’re doing. To be a certified trainer, trainers must take certain exams, so always check on that. Every single trainer over at TMS Fitness has gone through multitudes of training, so you know you’re in good hands with them.

In the End

Ideally, you’re also going to want to ensure that the personality for the sports trainer you choose matches your own. Do your homework, research available trainers, and see if you can get references as part of the process. You’ll appreciate the extra effort later.

Contact the staff at TMS Fitness at (480) 499-2722 to help you improve your time on the green and to see what personal training can do for your golf game!


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