Performance Training for Golf - Part 1

by Ben Shear |   Date Released : 10 Aug 2009
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Ben Shear

About the author: Ben Shear

Ben Shear is director of Performance at Athletic Edge Edge, a facility that has become one of the nation’s top spots for technologically-advanced teaching, testing and conditioning. His facility is ranked as one of the top six strength and conditioning destinations in the country by Rodale Press the Publishers of Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Runner’s World and Bicycle Magazines, to name just a few. Ben has been working with golfers for 10 years, including players from the PGA and European tours, numerous PGA teaching professionals and recreational and competitive amateurs of all levels. He is a graduate of Greg Roskopf’s Muscle Activation Technique, a Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Certified Biomechanist and Level 3 Fitness Instructor and an Advanced Metabolic Typing Advisor. In addition, he has lectured to trainers from around the country on golf fitness, has been featured in The Met Golfer, the PGA of America's Professional Guide to Instruction and the New Jersey State Golf Association Magazine. He has presented on swing mechanics and performance training to the New Jersey State PGA as well as at the Better Golf Through Technology Conference at M.I.T. Ben has also been the fitness expert for njgolflinks.com and a contributing writer for NJ Golfer Magazine.

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Seppen, Judy | 11 Sep 2009, 03:27 AM

Hi Ben,

Good explantion of the swing andbiomechanics. Hope all is well with you.

Judy Seppen
gettfit@gmail.com (formerly of Kellion)

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hayward, andrew | 09 Sep 2009, 05:17 AM

Im intrigued please bring on part 2.

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