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This article is co-written with Zach Parker. Zach is the former director of golf at the Gary Gilchrist and Bishop’s Gate golf academies. Zach is a golf coach, an expert in skill acquisition, and he has years of experience setting up effective training scenarios for golfers of varying abilities.  In Part 1 of this article, we

This article is co-written with Jenna Peanasky, Strength and Conditioning Coach at Iowa State University. Jenna has been working with the Cyclones mens and womens golf teams for the past 4 seasons. One of the best things about being a support staff member with golf is that the sport has embraced the holistic approach of

This article is co-written with Zach Parker. Zach is the former director of golf at the Gary Gilchrist and Bishop’s Gate golf academies. Zach is a golf coach, an expert in skill acquisition, and he has years of experience setting up effective training scenarios for golfers of varying abilities.  The act of working on your golf

Introducing Zach Parker

Who Is Zach? Zach has joined GravityFit after a illustrious career in golf coaching, most notably setting up and managing coach development programs at both the Gary Gilchrist and Bishop’s Gate Golf Academies. He was instrumental in helping both of those businesses develop from scratch into thriving and successful enterprises. Zach will continue to coach

Cam Smith has made a lot of progress from when we first started working together. Not only is he now top 50 in the world, he has progressed from a scrawny teen into a well rounded golf athlete. Aged 16 he was weak, tight, had some alarming postural adaptations from golf and was in pain

Make your way around the immaculate hard and clay courts at KDV Sport and you will hear three words ringing out again and again from coaches – “Base Balance Posture”. These 3 words encapsulate the philosophy of Ben Pyne, KDV’s Head Coach of Tennis. “During my time coaching in the Tennis Australia program, I saw

The spine has to handle a lot of load in the sport of tennis. Moving laterally whilst striking rotationally in order to move the ball forward means the spine has to cope with significant torque and shearing forces. Add to this the very high number of reps and frequent flexion / extension of all 3

The nature of tennis as a sport exposes players to the risk of trauma based injury such sprained ligaments and strained muscles, especially around the ankle and knee. Rapidly changing directions, accelerating and decelerating on hard surfaces will always produce a few lower limb injuries. However, many of the upper body injuries related to overuse

This article is written by Nick Buchan, he owns and runs Stronger Golf in London, U.K. When it comes to performance training, movement really is our foundation. If we have acceptable ranges of motion at our joints, our strength and conditioning exercises will become more effective – we’ll be able to produce more force and improve injury resilience

This article is co-authored with Tony Meyer. Tony is a Golf Australia National Coach and head of high performance for Golf Queensland. He specializes in skill acquisition and movement pattern training. Nick Randall: Gym work in the winter off-season is great. There’s lots of opportunity to hit the weight room and work on mobility, conditioning, and other

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