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FITNESS 101

FITNESS 101

Mike received the 2011 PGA National Teacher of the Year award in large part due to his involvement with Fitness, Health, Human Development and helping to create a program called The Swing Game for the PGA. He learned a lot about fitness, the human body, and how it works while developing The Swing Game (a program designed to help kids age kindergarten to 12th grade develop all around athletic skills). In this new Fitness 101 Series, Mike taps into that knowledge and expertise of how fitness applies to the game of golf.

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FITNESS 101
  • FITNESS OVERVIEW

    Mike discusses his passion for fitness over the last 35 years and how it applies to your golf game.

  • ELBOW CURLS

    Elbow curls work on mobility and flexibility in the shoulders and keep the triangle in your arms on the backswing.

  • GOLFER'S GRIP

    The golfer's grip exercise is vital because you hold the club in your fingers. How your fingers work can tell you a lot about your swing.

  • WRIST FLEXION AND EXTENSION

    Wrist flexion and extension and the range of motion in your hands and wrists are essential in hinging your wrists in the golf swing.