GOLF FITNESS & PERFORMANCE

LOOKING FOR AN EDGE THIS SEASON?

COME LEARN HOW TO TRAIN LIKE A PGA TOUR PRO AT ANY AGE!

GOLF INJURY ASSESSMENT

Low Back Pain
Shoulder Pain
Elbow Pain
Hip Pain
Knee Pain
Wrist Pain

GOLF MOVEMENT SCREEN

Set-up
Back Swing
Transition
Downswing
Impact
Follow-through

GOLF FITNESS & PERFORMANCE

Conditioning
Balance
Mobility & Flexibility
Stability & Strength
Power
Nutrition

 
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TITLEIST PERFORMANCE INSTITUTE (TPI)

Joe Tabor DC, CSCS, TPI-2, USAW

*DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC

*CERTIFIED TPI GOLF FITNESS PROVIDER

*CERTIFIED TPI GOLF MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL

*CERTIFIED STRENGTH & CONDITIONING SPECIALIST

*USAW SPORTS PERFORMANCE COACH

TPI Golf Medical & Fitness Professionals have had advanced training on how to identify and overcome any physical restrictions that are limiting ones golfing potential. They have learned the latest in golf specific injuries,  health & fitness, golf swing biomechanics, physical screening techniques, and exercise prescription.  These experts have gone through rigorous training through the highly recognized Titleist Performance Institute. (www.mytpi.com)

 

GOLF INJURY ASSESSMENT & TREATMENT

The #1 barrier to improved performance and injury reduction on the golf course is the physical fitness and conditioning of the person swinging the club. The most common golf related problems treated are injuries to the low back, neck, shoulder, hip, elbow, and wrist. The vast majority of which are caused by poor body mechanics, poor swing biomechanics, no regular customized exercise program, and poor nutrition. The golf swing is an aggressive unilateral movement that creates imbalances in the body. These imbalances cause undue stress, wear and tear that eventually turn into sprain / strain injuries, tendinitis, arthritis, disc injuries, etc.

If you can improve your golf specific mobility and golf specific stability, you can become a more powerful, a more consistent, a more accurate, and pain free golfer.

80% of all golfing injuries are low back related. Whether you are a weekend warrior golfer or consider yourself a pro, stop by Tranquil Performance today and get out of the rough tomorrow! FORE...

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LOWER BACK INJURIES

Sprain / Strain

Facet Syndrome

Lumbar Disc Pathology

Spinal Stenosis 

Degenerative Join /Disc Disease

Arthritis

Spondylolisthesis​

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SHOULDER INJURIES

Rotator Cuff Tendonitis

Bicipital Tendinitis

Impingement

Labrum Tears

Shoulder Laxity

Frozen Shoulder

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ELBOW INJURIES

Golfer's Elbow/Med. Epicodylitis

Tennis Elbow/Lat. Epicodylitis

Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injury

 

GOLF MOVEMENT SCREEN

IDENTIFYING THE PLAYER'S PHYSICAL LIMITATIONS

A golf movement screen involves a series of tests specific to the golf swing.  These tests cover the categories of posture, flexibility, balance, muscular strength, endurance, and power. Not only will these tests provide information for the improvement of your golf swing, they also function as a tool for the development of your golf fitness program, the setting of goals, and measuring results.

 

GOLF MOVEMENT SCREEN IDENTIFIES FAULTY SWING CHARACTERISTICS

By screening golf specific movement patterns, functional limitations, weaknesses, imbalances and faulty swing characteristics can be identified. Once these weak links are identified, corrective exercises are assigned to improve the quality of movement. When this is accomplished the golfer will have a greater movement efficiency, which will lead to improved performance and decrease in injury potential.

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C - POSTURE

Any excessive rounding of the upper back or thoracic spine in the golf address posture is termed a "C - Posture." This posture can simply be the result of a poor set-up position and can be corrected by physically adjusting the posture to a more neutral spine. Unfortunately, the majority of C - Postures are caused by a series of muscle imbalances and joint restrictions that are developed over many years.

SWAY

A "Sway" is any excessive lower body lateral movement away from the target during the back swing that forces the weight to the outside of the back foot. This faulty swing characteristic makes it very difficult to develop a proper weight shift during the transition and the downswing. This characteristic is commonly caused by a lack of hip internal rotation. If the body is unable to rotate around the hip due to joint or muscular restrictions, lateral movements will dominate the pattern and increase the chance of injury.

LOSS OF POSTURE

"Loss of Posture" is any significant alteration from the body's original set-up angles during the golf swing. Loss of posture can affect all aspects of the golf swing namely timing, balance, and rhythm. Research has shown that any limitation in performing a full overhead squat can force a player to lose pelvic posture during the downswing. Inability to perform a overhead squat means generalized stiffness and asymmetry in the musculature and joints of the lower and upper body.

 

GOLF FITNESS & PERFORMANCE

GAME A LITTLE ROUGH?

Golf fitness isn’t about looking like a bodybuilder or copying your favorite players exercise routine. It’s about being fit to play the game at an individual’s highest level and doing so without causing injury. It’s about understanding how a body’s limitations can influence the golf swing and how to address those limitations. Whether it’s through swing instruction, physical rehabilitation or strength and conditioning exercise, Tranquil Performance can  help you out.  Stop in and get the one-on-one attention you deserve.

  • Education: Thorough instruction, tips, advice, and coaching.

  • Injury Reduction: Identify and correct muscular imbalances through screening and corrective exercise.

  • Mobility & Flexibility: Soft tissue work, foam rolling, stretching, and muscle activation.

  • Strength & Stability: Functional training, upper and lower body strength, and core activation. 

  • Conditioning: Course ready preparation, aerobic capacity, endurance.

  • Power: Olympic lifts, plyometrics, kettle bell and medicine ball training.

JUNIOR GOLFERS

AMATEUR & PRO GOLFERS

SENIOR GOLFERS

Designed for the golfer aged 14 and younger. Our emphasis is on teaching young golfers the fundamentals of strength and conditioning in a safe learning environment. This approach will give your young golfer a leg up on the competition.

Designed for athletes aged 15 and up with the needs of higher-level golfers in mind, this program uses advanced strength techniques as well as more intense conditioning regimens to ensure all golfers are ready for their next competitive season, be it on tour, at your local country club, or just bragging rights with your buddies.

Designed for the older golfer. As we age, the ability of the body to execute the golf swing correctly can be compromised. This program focuses on maintaining and restoring flexibility, strength, and balance.

 

(614) 406-1589

3805 Attucks Dr, Suite B 
Powell, OH 43065, USA

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