MOVE BETTER

Your journey at Pure Golf Performance will begin with a 90 minute assessment by Nate or Scott, two of the highest credentialed TPI Physical Therapists in the region to determine your path and identify your goals.

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FEEL BETTER

With the proper movement and golf diagnoses, Mike will help to guide you down the path to improved motion, strength, and golf performance.

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PLAY BETTER

This is where the body swing connection gets refined.  Andy takes over and helps you arrive at your destination of playing your best golf.

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Milwaukee Golf Fitness, Mequon Golf Personal Training

Providing Golf Fitness and building a Health Network in the Milwaukee area

The Titleist Performance Institute has shown there is no one way, or right way to swing a club. The best, most effective and most efficient swing for every player is based on what the player can physically do. Also, we know that having a team of connected individuals all working towards your goals will maximize your results in golf fitness.

We love golf fitness, we love movement, we love teaching. Point blank, we want to make you move and feel better. We are in this journey with you. We’ll continue to push the limits of the most cutting edge treatment and techniques in all aspects of your health.

Let us be your destination for all things golf, fitness and health.  With our network of skilled providers we can help you and your family not only manage your golf game, but all your fitness and health needs.  All health and fitness providers are not created equal.  We have connections to the best orthopedic surgeons, chiropractors, PTs, CrossFit gyms, dietitians, yoga instructors, etc in the city.  When it comes to your health, don’t cut corners or rely on a google search.  Our standards for our network are extremely high.  You deserve the best, let us help you experience the best.

GOLF FITNESS DRILLS & EXERCISES

Give Your Brain A Rest

From the moment you wake up until the time you go to bed your brain is inundated with information, choices, and stimuli. More often than not, all of those choices, constant checking of your phone and email manifests itself as anxiety. Giving your brain a rest has...
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My Experience With Intermittent Fasting

If you’re a reader of health and fitness trends it’s likely you’ve come across the term intermittent fasting (IF). I distinctly remember being told as a kid “if you skip meals, your body goes into ‘starvation mode’ and it’s actually harder for you to lose weight.” I...
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Want to Live Forever? Bike to Work

Obviously, you can’t live forever, but a study published yesterday in the British Medical Journal has taken the Internet by storm. If you don’t want to read the full study, you can read an abridged version here. The study followed and tracked the health...
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Breakfast: To Skip Or Not To Skip?

I have been alive for 31 years and in that time I’ve been taught things about nutrition for about 21 years. Here is a list of things I remember being told either in school, the news, reading in a book, or hearing from a friend or family member about nutrition: Fat is...
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How Well Do You Move Your Body?

Do you remember middle school fitness tests? Maybe they gave you anxiety (if you’re like me) or maybe it was your time to shine. Think specifically about pull-ups. How many could you do? Do you remember how easy it was to hammer out 5, 10, maybe even 20? What happened...
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Pearls

During conversation at a recent Milwaukee Bucks game my friend said something that led me to write this post. “My 70 year old co-worker told me his secret to moving well – never push off the arm rests when getting out of a chair” This seems like such...
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Posterior Chain (AKA – the back of your leg!)

If you can’t touch your toes in standing or while sitting, there’s a good chance you have a lack of mobility in your posterior chain.  One key aspect that many stretching programs don’t address is what we call “reloading” – it is...
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Tempo and Balance of your Swing

By: Andy Fish, PGA Tempo and balance are two of the most important fundamentals in your golf swing. We often talk about them, but we don’t give them the time and focus they deserve. If you are in search of a consistent and repeatable swing, you need to practice your...
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