Golf fitness isn’t about looking like a bodybuilder or the best player on the Tour. It’s about being fit to play the game at an individual’s highest level and doing so without causing injury. It’s about understanding how a body’s limitations can influence the golf swing and how to address those limitations through the proper channels; whether it’s through swing instruction, physical rehabilitation or strength and conditioning.

Through the years of learning the understanding of joint mechanic, tolerance, neuro-muscular re-education, muscular performance, the demand for a proper recovery, exercise cueing, motor pattern sequencing, Olympic lifting, and even the expectation of each individual fitness goals we aren’t just personal trainers, at Golf MATchanics we are muscular system experts.

Not all exercise are the same. Based on what brought you into Golf MATchanics, we together, will determine how your Golf Fitness Plan will be developed. After obtaining the necessary information from the Global Motor Mechanics Screen and Motor Mechanics Assessment Process, exercise is need to keep your body strong. The question is which exercise(s) or Program is necessary to improve the performance of YOUR SPECIFIC golf game. No matter if you need muscular re-education, strength, power, or Endurance. We have the Specific exercise matrix for you.

Once the MAT™ practitioner has brought more body awareness, stability, and control to the individuals problem areas, it's time to progress the Muscular System with a Performance Plan.

The Performance Plan (includes)

  • The Strength Test

  • The Power Test

  • The Endurance Test

  • VO2 Testing

  • Strength Profile

After the GolfMATchanic Personal Trainer has gathered the necessary information. A Strategic Exercise Program will be designed to improve the weaker areas, while simultaneously improves strength, power, control, tolerance, and awareness. The key to the GolfMATchanic system is the ability to progress the Muscular system, while still having the ability of implementing MAT™ to make sure the muscles aren't loosing optimal function.