"Moving You From Pain & Injury… Back Into Your Life"
Let IPT provide you with the three dimensional training of your joints and muscles that will improve your game. Not only can we help you if you have any pain associated with your golf game, more importantly we can help prepare you to play better, safer and without injury. In 2012, Kimberly DelVecchio, owner of IPT was certified as a NG360, Nike Golf functional performance trainer, powered by Gray Institute. The official Gray Institute & Nike golf program has since ended, however the training and expertise lives on in those who were certified.
A good golf swing requires that every one of your joints be mobile, flexible and strong. Specifically, the relationship between your trunk, hips and feet has to be functioning well together. Often though our swing has to adapt because of limitations in personal mobility. Many golfers use professional golf coaches to help assist in finding ways around the body’s limitations. However, it is possible and easy to get the body (particularly the hip internal rotation and lumbar spine movement) necessary for your swing to effortlessly improve. IPT will get your body moving freely in ways you didn’t think possible. The result will be:
•18 holes of golf with out pain
• Drive the ball longer
• Drive straighter
Our goal for you is to develop a more ease-full swing with out having to go to the gym, pay for more golf lessons, with out medications or surgery.
IPT will provide you with a home program of golf specific exercises that are suited to your individual body’s needs.
1. Improve flexibility.
2. Break poor swing habits.
3. Play easier.
Come in today for your golfers assessment. You may not even know that a simple correctable issue with your foot is limiting your hip and dramatically effecting your drive!
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