If you are a golf enthusiast, odds are you would like to take strokes off your game, learn how to drive the ball further, or recover from an injury that held you back last year. This golf conditioning program can help you! This golf conditioning program will improve your strength, flexibility, and endurance to make YOU a better player this year!
We Can Help: The Golf Evaluation
This is available in the greater Boston area, or in other areas via online training. The golf evaluation will help detect imbalances and weaknesses that may contribute to faulty swing mechanics and lead to injury.
Performance Enhancement: Become a Better Golfer
Improving your ability to play golf at a level you enjoy is our primary focus. Performance enhancement involves retraining the movement components and muscles you need most. Special emphasis this time of year is placed on custom exercise programs to bring up your specific weak points during the off-season and pre-season.
Injury Holding You Back? We Offer Rehabilitation
Proper rehabilitation of your injury can help you return to golf quickly and safely. If you have a chronic injury that hampers your ability to play well, we can also help. Physical fitness plays an important role in both injury prevention and optimizing golf performance. This relationship assumes even greater significance as golfers age.
With this in mind, the Golf Rehabilitation specialist designs individualized rehabilitation and exercise programs to help restore flexibility, strength, endurance, and range of motion.
Andy Ciarletta has 10 years experience in Orthopedic Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine. He is also Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist which allows him to provide customized sports-specific training programs to athletes in various sports and ability levels. Click here to read more about Andy Ciarletta, creator of the Golf Conditioning Program.
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