Improve Distance, Accuracy & Endurance Through Increased Flexibility, Strength & Stamina
The philosophy endorsed by Butch Harmon
The pros on the PGA Tour know they need to maximize their strength and flexibility in order to unlock the potential in their golf swings. Tiger Woods is a workout warrior and it's a safe bet that more than 80% of the touring pros do some form of strength training.
However, if you have poor swing technique, becoming stronger and more flexible isn't necessarily going to make you a better golfer. Swing mechanics are best left to golf instructors.
At Back In Power, we work on building a better engine. The golf pro works on putting a better driver in the car. We drop a souped-up engine into the car. The golf pro teaches you how to handle that extra power.
It's About the Skills, Not the Tools
Would you rather have the clubs of a top golf athlete? Or the skill?
Did You Know?
- Amateur golfers spend more money on golf equipment and attire than on their physical ability to hit the ball straight and far!
- Your physical ability has more influence on how straight and far you can hit a golf ball than what golf equipment does.
- The alignment of your spine and strength of your spinal and back muscles have more influence on your physical ability to hit the golf ball than any other part of your body.
- There are three fundamental causes of golf injuries:
- Poor posture
- Lack of flexibility
- Poor swing mechanics