The best way to become a better golf player isn’t just by playing more golf – it’s by improving your overall athleticism. Swing harder, hit longer, and drive your game into high gear with Advanced Athletes Performance (AAP). Whether you’re a PGA player who wants to increase your rank on the tour, a high school player hoping to make the varsity team, or a young athlete looking to play better with dad on the weekends, Advanced Athletes Performance (AAP) can help get you meet your goals. Our one-of-a-kind programs, bolstered by certified coaches, and elite curriculum, help golfers become stronger, more balanced, and less prone to nagging injuries. The result? Superstar performance from any lie on the course.
Become more powerful on the course.
Advanced Athletes Performance (AAP) training is designed to help you:
Add valuable distance to every shot.
If you want more distance, you need increased power and stabilization strength, as well as flexibility and mobility. Our integrated approach to golf specific training incorporates an Active Dynamic Warm-up to increase functional musculo-skeletal mobility with specific protocols designed to increase rotational power and range of motion.
Swing consistently for low scores
As any golfer knows, consistency is everything. We have training techniques focused on improving your stability, balance and flexibility, so you can reproduce a consistent swing over and over again.
Feel as strong on the 18th Hole as you did on the 1st
Golf is a game of endurance which demands strength and stamina on every single hole. That’s why our scientific training program for golf builds muscular and cardiovascular endurance. Our certified Advanced Athletes Performance ( AAP ) coaches use the most advanced training techniques to ensure that you’ll be swinging strong the entire day.
Reduce the Likelihood of Injury
We’ll help you stay in play every weekend with mobility development, rehabilitation exercises, and movement analysis. Reduce the likelihood of injury with Advanced Athletes Performance ( AAP ) “Prehabilitation,” a specialized program that helps decrease the incidence of acute and overuse injuries.