Part of my training business includes golf fitness. I am a certified TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) Level 1 Fitness Trainer.
As a TPI trainer, I help golfers assess their body movement as it relates to their swing. By performing a TPI swing assessment we can identify various areas that might not be allowing the golfer to move as freely as they would like and can cause swing flaws to occur, such as “over the top” or “early extension”, “swaying or sliding” and others.
How many of you think about, on a regular basis, the cost of your health. I don’t mean the cost of your healthcare premium or your deductible at the doctors office, but the actual cost of your lifestyle on your health?
What does a car have to do with fitness?
Well, what if I said, when you turned driving age you received one car … for your entire life.
Ask yourself, if that happened, how would you treat that car?
WHAT SHOULD YOU LOOK FOR IN A TRAINER?
Considering to work with a trainer can be a big step in your fitness journey.
#1 - Are they the right fit? Are they aligned to helping you attain your goals?
Finding someone you can relate to and them you is important. For example, I train a lot of corporate clients. I relate to them as I worked corporately for 25 years, so I understand long days of meetings and the stressors that come with it.