Talking especially about golfers, glance at the Par4Success studies from 2018 and 2019 and compare the speed gains in these time structures to Par4Success’ longitudinal information whenever golfers had been taking part in a power and training system for tennis yet not making use of training that is overspeed. Once we have a look at these true figures, there is apparently a larger jump by the addition of overspeed training than entirely with energy and conditioning, by nearly threefold. The average gain of 1 mph for adult golfers over a 12-week period with just traditional strength and conditioning in six and eight weeks, respectively, the average gain was just around 3 mph, which is three times.
The reason behind this might be most most likely that, neurologically, many golfers underperform what they’re actually effective at, in addition to severe spike in fast, swing action movements “wakes up” their systems. I see that the golfers who tend to do the best with overspeed training are initially the ones who perform much lower on their speed percentiles relative to their power percentiles that are correlated to club speed when I look at our database.Continue reading