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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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Kneeling Medicine Ball Power Performance Exercise

Increasing rotary speeds in the throwing or striking athlete is contingent upon the efficiency by which you execute the swing or throw and the ability of your body to generate power. Increasing the power outputs via power performance exercises is one component the athlete can utilize to increase throwing and striking speed. Improves Your: Rotary Speed Target Area: Core   Why It's Important: Increasing rotary...

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GOLF DIGEST – June, 2004

How I Changed my Game to Win the Big One by Phil Mickelson “I’ve worked extremely hard with my personal trainer, Sean Cochran, to strengthen the stabilizers in my hips and legs, as well as improve my core body strength. We’ve used medicine balls…” Read More ...

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Sports Illustrated – April, 2004

Amen by Alan Shipnuck “…as well as by working out six times a week with Sean Cochran, a former strength and coach for the San Diego Padres who accompanies him to every tournament on Mickelson’s Gulfstream…” Read More ...

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