Not sure what to do in the gym? I can help.
I specialize in customized training programs clients can follow with the help of weekly training sessions or on their own.
Whether your goal is to increase your clubhead speed, lose body fat, reduce low back pain or simply optimize your overall wellness, I have a solution. Offering Golf Fitness and Performance Training, Strength Training, Nutrition Coaching and Corporate Wellness programs, I can design a program to fit your needs.
Train smarter, not harder.
I’m a Level 3 Titleist Performance Institute Certified Golf Fitness Instructor, a Functional Range Conditioning Mobility Specialist and a CHEK Practitioner, all of which require an advanced understanding of functional anatomy and biomechanics. Because I don’t take a one size fits all approach to fitness, the first session is an in-depth assessment, followed by a highly-customized program design. From there, it’s up to you often you’d like to train with me on your program. Some clients come in simply to learn their programs (roughly 5 sessions) while others prefer to set up weekly Golf or Exercise Instruction Sessions.
What is a TPI Certified Golf Fitness Instructor?
The Titleist Performance Institute is the leader in Golf Fitness education, drawing its curriculum from the world’s experts in sports performance. TPI Certified Golf Fitness Instructors are trained to take golfers through a screening and exercise prescription process that is designed to improve their flexibility, strength and power and eliminate any pain that might be hindering them on the course.
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What is a Functional Range Conditioning Mobility Specialist?
Created by world-renowned musculoskeletal expert Dr. Andreo Spina, Functional Range Conditioning is a comprehensive joint training system heavily rooted in scientific principles and research. Used internationally by professional athletes, FRC's goal is to develop mobility, improve joint strength and increase body awareness and control. Training with FRC can dramatically improve the function of the nervous system, leading to a reduced risk of pain and injury, increased joint health and longevity and an improved ability to move freely and easily both in sports and in life.
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