Don’t feel like you can get a good workout at home? You can! Here’s our guide to maximizing your home workouts.
One of the most common questions we get at Champion from our golfers is “how do I hit my drive farther?”
There is no doubt that driving distance is crucial in the modern golf game. As golf courses continue to get longer and more challenging, the premium on hitting long, straight, consistent drives continues to grow.
While many golfers are quick to buy new clubs or even take golf swing lessons, very few focus on improving their physical characteristics. This in fact may be backwards. If you have limitations in your mobility, strength, or power, it’s going to be hard to drive the golf ball as far as you can no matter how good your clubs are!
Focus on the 3 steps of improving mobility, strength, and power and you’ll easily add distance to your drive and start lowering your golf handicap.
Physical activity in children provides a lifetime of benefits including their bone density, self esteem, and academic performance
A recent research report in the Journal or Strength and Conditioning Research has shown that a combination of plyometric and speed training has been proven to improve jumping, sprinting, and agility performance. Here are the three rules we follow at Champion when implementing a proper plyometric and speed training program.