May 22, 2018

Golf can be infuriating at the best of times. However, a golfer making steady progress is a happy golfer.

If you reading this blog you’re likely a pretty committed golfer who is working on their fitnes...

January 25, 2018

Following on from my last post on building habits to get you towards your goals I wanted to address the concept of Key Performance Indicators (or KPI’s for short). KPI’s are how you know if the new ha...

January 11, 2018

If you’re anything like most people you probably set a few goals for the new year and if you’re anything like most people (statistically at least) you’re probably already struggling to stick to them.

H...

If you want to reduce those niggling injuries, improve your athletic performance or golf swing - you need a movement screen right?

The fitness industry, and  the golf industry, would certainly seem to...

June 12, 2017

During the competitive season, a golfer pretty much has one primary goal:

To win tournaments - and maybe if you’re an amateur to cut your handicap (but one should take care of the other; if you’re redu...

April 17, 2017

At Par4Success we work with hundreds of junior golfers every month who do nothing but play golf, we have a number who play other sports, but the majority of our junior golfers are single sport special...

March 14, 2017

We’ve all heard the concept of “muscle confusion” before. To dumb it down to it’s lowest possible dumbness (because, you know, it’s dumb): it can be watered down to the idea that we need to constantly...

February 24, 2017

Recovery is an oft-overlooked part of training. You spend a lot more time outside the gym than you do in it, so it stands to reason that what you do outside the gym will have a large bearing on your p...

December 29, 2016

The question of whether it's best to increase flexibility (I prefer the term mobility), muscle mass (synonymous with strength for many) or work on fast twitch muscle fibre development (power developme...

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