FOUNDATIONS IN GOLF MOBILITY
Are you looking to create more power, play longer and without pain? Power production to hit longer drives, injury resiliency and playing longevity are all dependent on optimal mobility.
Take your golf game to the next level by restoring usable range of motion without impacting performance with the RAD Golf Mobility System. Learn how to assess where a golfer requires mobility most and how to provide a suitable intervention that will stand the test of time.
"Definitely worth taking!"
"Practicing how to assess clients and then putting our findings into an effective mobility and recovery protocol was amazing."
Designed for golf pros, fitness pros, swing coaches and golf enthusiasts, Virtual RAD Golf Level 1 training fulfills credit hours for ACE, AFFA, ACSM, NASM continuing education units in a convenient, self-paced, 100% online format. RAD Golf Level 1 is unique among schools because it allows you to earn your continuing education credits through intensive training and assessment in the principles and practices of self myofascial release (SMR), as applied to the discipline of golf mobility and recovery.
ACE: .7 credit hours • ACSM: .7 credit hours • NASM: .5 credit hours
Supplement the care you provide your students and clients with the most ergonomic tools and cutting-edge education.
Start integrating proven myofascial release and mobility techniques before, during, and after training sessions that will help unleash optimal mobility and performance, and reduce injury rates. Learn how to scan the entire body and effectively release tension from head to toe using various techniques and the entire RAD tool arsenal.
Learn how to apply regional anatomy and physiology principles to improve joint mobility for your golf swing. You'll understand how self-myofascial release really works and immediately begin utilizing release and mobility methods that incorporate the nervous system. Even better, you'll take home the most anatomically-designed SMR tools that fit into every nook and cranny of the body.
Strength & Conditioning Coach, RAD Golf Level 1 Instructor
Passionate about performance, Nick’s experiences as a Strength and Conditioning Coach have led him to working with athletes from a variety of sport backgrounds at the amateur, professional, and Olympic levels. Nick’s specialty lies in mobility restoration, movement efficiency, and power production, as well as performance of the rotary athlete, specifically the golfer. With his “regress to progress” approach to building resilient foundations for the athletes he works with, Nick is quickly becoming a widely sought after consultant for athletes on various professional tours as well as NCAA collegiate programs.
Your course includes online video instruction, interactive exercises and PDF supplements.