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Find Your Golf Strength in the Water

Golfers need to have muscle strength combined with flexibility for an efficient, reliable golf swing. Any weakness at any joint through any section of the motion will create a breakdown in the golf swing.  Strength training for golf is very important to help with overall performance however, certain traditional strength training techniques such as lifting […]

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Improve Golf Mobility with a Dynamic Water Warm Up

In order to complete the proper golf swing, a certain amount of muscular flexibility and joint mobility is required. If a golfer is lacking joint mobility or muscular flexibility, this will lead to increased compensation. Increased compensation leads to decreased power as well as increased risk for injury. According to a study done by TPI […]

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Use the Water to Clean Up Your Golf Swing

Over the past 30 years practicing as a physical therapist and strength and conditioning specialist, I have worked with hundreds of injured golfers in my practice. Golf is a one-sided rotational sport that can create significant muscle imbalance and injury. Older golfers usually have more time to play but they often experience greater muscle imbalance, […]

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Shed Those Holiday Pounds in Your Pool or Swim Spa

We are approaching that time of year again—the holidays.  Stores are already stocked with Halloween candy and some even with Christmas decorations! Soon it will be time to savor all those holiday meals followed by the incredible desserts. This will most likely increase our waistlines a little bit more than we would like. So in […]

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Motion is Lotion; Using Your Swim Spa for Pain Relief

Are you one of the 1.5 billion people in the world who suffer from chronic pain? If so, then maybe your swim spa can help to better manage your symptoms and improve your overall quality of life. There are numerous benefits that warm water has on reducing pain. Water is a very supportive medium and […]

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Training for Power in Your Swim Spa

  When you mention power training to the average person they primarily think about athletes performing insane movements such as jumping onto very high boxes. But Power is simply defined as the ability to move or travel with great speed or force. So power training for an athlete looks much different from that of the […]

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Using Your Swim Spa to Improve Muscle Strength

Did you know that people can lose up to 30% of their muscle strength between the ages of 50 and 70? Research suggests that from the ages of 30 to 80 years,  your back, leg, and arm strength can decrease up to 30 to 40%. Generally, people lose about 1 percent of their lean muscle […]

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Using Your Swim Spa as a Cross Trainer Machine

Cross training in your swim spa not only allows you to train harder but smarter.  The unique aquatic environment effects almost every system of your body positively. Here are a few examples The buoyancy of the water reduces impact and limits the wear and tear on your joints. This helps to decrease the risk of […]

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