Michael Carroll - Golf specific training, What NOT to do in the gym, and How to hit the ball longer.
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What we're trying to see is, is there a way of doing it differently that leads to better improvement or more improvement or improving more quickly"
Michael Carroll (Twitter: @Fit_For_Golf, Instagram: fit_for_golf, Facebook: @fitforgolf18) is a Strength & Conditioning Coach from Cork, Ireland who now practices and resides in Irvine, California. He has honors degrees in Sports and Exercise Science, is a TPI Level 3 instructor, and is an accredited Strength & Conditioning coach with the UK Strength & Conditioning Association. Simply put he makes people better at golf.
Michael uses what he refers to as the 5 pillars: 1) motor control, 2) mobility/flexibility, 3) stability, 4) strength, and 5) power to ensure his students bodies are ready to handle the stresses put on it by playing golf. He’s worked with golfers of all levels, from beginners to professionals, to ensure their bodies will allow them to perform to their maximum. Be sure to also check out his online 'Fit for Golf: Warm-Up Manual' for improved performance.
In today's show we talk about all these things and how you can utilize them through Michael's ‘Fit for Golf App online. We get into golf specific training, what you should stay away from, and what everyone is looking for ‘How to gain more distance through training in the gym.’
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