Evidence-based Exercise for Golf Podcast

Evidence-based Exercise for Golf Podcast

Evidence-based Exercise for Golf Podcast

Is the golfer 'under-trained' or 'under-transferred'? Isolate where each individual golfer's performance breakdown is occurring to keep them progressing towards greater enjoyment and success in their sport, no matter what level they play. Learn the key physical, technical and competition performance relationships needed to maximise training effectiveness for golf performance. Based on the largest study ever undertaken on competitive golfers, Scott's PhD research has uncovered the benchmarks golfers require to maximise performance, using a comprehensive test battery from the peer-reviewed literature. 

This is a recording of an ESSA webinar presented on 27 October 2022. 

Presented by Dr. Scott Williams, PhD (Human Movement), BExSci (Hons), BHSci, AEP

Dr. Scott Williams is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Strength & Conditioning Coach and Myotherapist with a PhD (Human Movement) and 24 years experience as a practitioner.
Having founded Ocean Fitness in 2001, Scott has worked in nearly all clinical settings available to an Exercise Physiologist.
In addition to private clinical practice, Scott has consulted to multiple high-performance golf programs of: PGA of Australia, Australian Institute of Sport, Golf Australia, several international golf academies and more than 1000 practitioners, athletes and coaches from around the world. Scott has helped golfers on every major tour across the world including 12 who have achieved top 100 rankings and has trained Olympic, international and professional level athletes in the sports of sailing, boxing, AFL, dancing and equestrian. Scott completed his PhD at Victoria University in 2022 where he coordinated the largest ever (based on sample size and measures collected) prospective longitudinal study into golf performance. The study examined the relationships between physical, technical and competition performance measures in a heterogenous sample of 155 golfers. Scott has published a scientific article in the European Journal of Sport Science and a Golf Fitness Book titled “Get A Grip”. Scott draws on his knowledge and experience in many different fields and applies them in order to create physical potential with all of his clients. 

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