Health benefits of golf. Golf can be good for your health and your heart
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Titleist Performance Institute
TPI is the world's leading educational organization dedicated to the study of how the human body functions in relation to the golf swing. Designed for golf teaching professionals, medical practitioners and fitness trainers, the TPI Certification program is an evidence based, educational pathway designed to teach industry professionals how to increase player performance through a deep understanding of how the body functions during the golf swing. We call this concept the Body-Swing Connection™
yoga for golfers
Get the most out of your game, right from the first tee.
Scientifically-proven and globally-recognized, Katherine Roberts’ Yoga For Golfers® is a distinctly unique and proprietary yoga methodology that fuses Western biomechanical science with Eastern mind/body conditioning, applying it to every dimension of the golf swing, to drive immediate improvements in performance, right from the first tee. Yoga For Golfers® delivers results for golf enthusiasts and golf professionals of every age at every level of ability – with no previous yoga experience needed.
The Next Level
Jason Glass is one of the world’s top golf and rotational sport strength and conditioning specialists. Deliver the right dose of training to maximize results with minimal toxic side effects. Training under this philosophy helped me develop High Threshold Training. This multiplanar, multisegmental, athletic based movement patterning style of training is the true essence of the Next Level. High Threshold Training is the element that separates this site from the rest of the field of human performance training. Welcome to the Next Level!"
Performance -Education - Excellence
Committed to helping people of all ages enhance their quality of life, achieve a greater level of success, and truly find their own personal EXCELLENCE. We endeavor to EDUCATE students of all disciplines, MOTIVATE athletes of all ages, and INSPIRE people of all levels and goals"