Why the Swing Athletic Approach?
Once we determine your movement baseline, it allows us to create an organized training plan that is tailored and specific to your body’s needs. This method will significantly fast-track your fitness journey.
How do I start moving better?
With Swing Athletic, we determine the most effective route to your goals by doing targeted physical assessments and screens. This allows us to choose a clear starting point and outline the most critical areas to work on to improve execution in your golf game.
Although we use several assessments, we start by going through the Functional Movement Screen (FMS), which evaluates your movement patterns at the most fundamental level; and the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Level 1 Physical Screen, which assesses the various areas of your body that relate your ability to swing a golf club with an economy of motion.
We’ll create objectives based on your body’s functional movements, so you may easily develop a solid and flexible body, and achieve your goals.
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