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Saturday, February 12, 2022
8am-9am: Golf Fitness (3 Days T/Th/Sat) (Feb 12 - Mar 12)  Location: TOP Fitness

Golf Performance Group Training

Golf is a unique sport with specific movements and physical requirements.  Our golf fitness groups are designed to help you be in the best shape for your upcoming golf season.  Each session you will train in a small group (4-6) with other golfers who have the same goals in mind, play better and feel better.  We provide a unique style of golf specific training that integrates functional training, core strengthening, and athletic conditioning.  We will help improve your mobility, decrease the incidence of injury, and help improve your distance and consistency.  All the lessons in the world won’t help if you have physical limitations holding you back!   Call or email us now to set up your golf screening and join one of our groups today!


3pm-4:10pm: Performance Enhancement (BG Women's Lacrosse - 3 Days) (Feb 12 - Mar 12)  Location: TOP Fitness

Performance Enhancement

All sports require flexibility, power, speed/agility, strength, and stamina.  Our goal is to get players to excel in all these areas. Our Performance Enhancement Program will help each athlete improve their power and explosiveness for the movements needed on the field.  Every TOP Fitness training session is structured in an environment that is safe, competitive and fun.

Our training program is centered around these physical and educational components:

  • Flexibility - to restore/maintain healthy function of soft-tissue
  • Power - appropriate plyometric progressions to improve lower body & upper body power for improved jumping and rotational speed.
  • Speed/Agility - skills to maximize linear and multi-directional movement
  • Strength - functional strength for upper body, lower body and core for improved performance in your sport and in life.
  • Conditioning - proper sport conditioning to improve work capacity.

Our goal is to reduce the potential for injury for our athletes. Our proactive approach will place rehabilitation emphasis for these areas:

  • Mobility of the ankle, hip, and thoracic spine
  • Stability of the knee, back, and shoulder