How PGA Club Professional William Monier focuses on technique, equipment and fitness in his lessons.
For a PGA Professional like William Monier, the goal of every student is simple – to hit fewer strokes and make the game even more fun.
In close dialogue with his students, William always develops a personal development plan for what is to be improved or corrected regarding both swing technique, fitness, and equipment.
“The ability to achieve a natural and relaxed technique is fundamental and to get there, I always focus on the combination of technique, fitness, and equipment. For students who have a technique that works and where the body’s mobility is optimized, I focus on adapting the equipment or on essential aspects of the game.
On the other hand, if parts of the student’s technique affect their development, it often depends on their physical abilities. Mobility and balance are critical factors in a functional golf swing where Kinexit becomes a natural part of my lessons. Kinexit is a flexible tool for me as a PGA Teaching Professional to measure and get a relevant picture of the student’s fitness. The test automatically leads to several individual training and development exercises, which saves me a lot of time during the high season,” says William.
When William meets his student in his studio at Bråvikens Golf Club, he starts with a short interview. After this, he looks at how the student swings to get an understanding of their current level. The next step is an assessment of the student’s fitness. As fitness is often the real door opener for technical development, golf fitness is expected to be easily accessible and simple.
Just as a launch monitor quickly and easily measures the club head’s speed and position at impact, Kinexit provides direct feedback on the student’s fitness relative to the swing and automatically creates an action plan.
“The accuracy of both the screening and the individualized exercises means that it often does not take more than 15 minutes of daily training because we quickly see positive changes in the student’s ability to hit the golf ball,” says William.
After the lesson, the student receives a summary which then develops the basis for how the next session and content is planned. The student also receives detailed advice on how the individual training between each lesson is conducted.
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About Kinexit – The evolution of Golf Fitness by KINEXIT
Kinexit was founded in 2014 to make it easier for PGA Professionals to improve the physical abilities of their students in their technical development. Mobility, coordination, strength and balance are fundamental factors in a functional and natural golf swing. Kinexit offers a flexible platform for golf professionals to measure, analyze and share personally designed training and mobility exercises. An area in golf training that we today call Golf Fitness.
Just as a launch monitor quickly and easily measures the club head’s speed and position at impact, Kinexit provides direct feedback on the student’s fitness relative to the swing and automatically creates an action plan. This technology is a critical component for many golf professionals and has contributed significantly to thousands of players improving their mobility, balance, rotation and power.
The ambition now is the same as before. Golf Fitness must be easily accessible, simple and clearly contribute to an attractive and profitable offer to students and customers for PGA Professionals who want to be at the forefront.
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