Fluid Golf Training is an online water based training program that empowers golfers to:
Recover from an injury/surgery faster
Play without pain and enjoy the game more
Play longer and stronger
This program focuses on helping injured or previously injured gofers recover faster and reduce their likelihood for future injuries. This program takes advantage of waters unique properties and training opportunities that are not always possible with traditional land based programs.
Sections include mobility/flexibility, strength/stability, balance, golf specific and recovery which are all essential for injury recovery/prevention and optimal golf performance.
Stream Fluid Golf Training on your Tablet, Smart Phone, Laptop, Smart T.V or bring our convenient laminated sheets to the pool.
Dr. McAvoy will help you every step of the way by providing step by step instructions for each exercise. He will provide correct cueing for proper posture, alignment and stability so that you can achieve the maximum benefit from this program.
To Accelerate Recovery, Just Add Water
Golf is a one-sided rotational sport.
Golf can create significant muscle imbalances and injury. As we age our muscles tend to get weaker and tighter which furthers this risk for muscle imbalance and injury.
Given the repetitive nature of the golf swing it predisposes both professional and amateur golfers to injury.
Did you also know that 70% of all amateur golfers will suffer a golf-related injury at least once in their lifetime?
Ready to train?
WHY TRAIN IN THE WATER?
Water training is low impact. The decreased weight bearing that buoyancy provides decreases pain and the impact on your joints.
Water is a surrounding medium and provides the body 360-degrees of support. This helps to improve your movement and recovery.
Waters resistance can be up to 15x greater than air. This provides a very safe and effective way to train and recover.
Water provides three-dimensional resistance, so you receive a more comprehensive training effect than land based training.
Water helps to improve both flexibility and strength at the same time. Having resistance in all directions builds balanced muscle strength and helps reduce your further risk for injury.
The pressure of the water improves circulation, helps with muscle relaxation, faster recovery rates and decreased muscle soreness.
The waters properties provide an increased challenge to improve your overall balance, agility and coordination.
Golf is a very power driven sport. Training power in the water is just as effective if not more effective than land based training. Plus there is no added muscle soreness.
Water helps with movement patterning. This allows you to train rotary movement more effectively helping with injury recovery and your overall golf swing mechanics.
Training your body differently can help you break through a plateau and improve your golf game
It’s Fun: Training in the water does not really feel like you are exercising. You can’t feel yourself sweating and mentally you leave the water in a much better mood than when you got in. If an activity is fun people usually tend to stick with it.
The Fluid Golf Training Program addresses common muscle imbalances, dysfunctions and injuries associated with golf. This comprehensive program focuses on improving flexibility, mobility, strength, stability, rotary power, balance, coordination, endurance as well as movement patterning specific to golf.
Play Longer and Stronger
“I have had the opportunity in my 30 year career to be able to work with numerous injured golfers. They kept encouraging me to package this program because of the tremendous results they had received. I want to share my knowledge with you because I believe that the power of water has phenomenal benefits and can accelerate your recovery and improve your overall golf game”
WHY should you work with me?
My 30 plus years of experience in Water Training working with patients and professional athletes has allowed me to develop a unique training approach to water therapy, fitness and sports performance.
Dr. Rick McAvoy, PT, DPT, CSCS
Rick is the Owner of RMA (RICK MCAVOY AQUATICS) an Aquatic Training, Education and Consulting Company in Southern New England.
Rick is a published author and researcher in the field of Aquatic Therapy and Fitness as well as Sports Performance. He trains and consults with numerous athletes and sports teams from professional sports, collegiate and high school teams, along with fitness and healthcare institutions. Rick is sought after Master Instructor in the Burdenko Method, a specialized form of dynamic aquatic and land-based techniques.
Rick lectures nationally and internationally throughout the year teaching the benefits of Aquatic Therapy and Fitness and Sports Performance to health clubs, athletic institutions and health care practices.
Rick is an adjunct faculty member at both The University of New Hampshire in the Department of Kinesiology and Franklin Pierce University in the Doctoral of Physical Therapy program.