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Golf Magazine – January, 2005

10 Ways to Raise Your Game by Dave Pelz “Get in Shape. Phil has vastly improved his strength, balance and stamina by working out under the watchful eye of Sean Cochran. Work on improving your body…” Read More ...

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Kinetic Chain Mobility & Stability

"Executing a proficient golf swing or any athletic action requires certain levels of joint mobility and segmental stability within the kinetic chain. Dysfunctional movement patterns, alterations in swing mechanics, and the increase in the potential for injury exist when limitations are apparent in the mobility and stability components of the body." - Sports Performance Coach Sean Cochran Q: Sean, please explain...

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Single Leg Bench Squat Sports Performance Exercise

Lower body strength allows athletes to generate speed, change directions quickly, sprint, and perform a multitude of athletic requirements in sport. The development of lower body strength will definitively assist the athlete in executing the aforementioned aspects of performance in sport. Improves Your : Lower Body Unilateral Strength Target Area: Glutes, Hamstrings, Quadriceps, Adductors, and Abductors   Why Its Important: The kinematic sequence of power production, ground...

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The Aging Golfer Athlete

"The aging process for the professional or amateur golfer requires attention in terms of proper preparation from the physical side of the equation in order to negate the effects of "father time." It is scientifically proven the aging process adversely affects the kinetic chain in terms of one's mobility, segmental stability, balance capacities, speed generation, and strength capacities" - Sports...

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Golf Swing Faults & The Body

"Execution of an mechanically efficient golf swing where each phase of the swing remains intact and speed is generated into the impact position does require a physical foundation supporting the mechanics of the golf swing. If physical dysfunctions exist within the kinetic chain, execution of a proficient golf swing will most likely be impeded." - Sean Cochran Q: Sean, in your...

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