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Tour Tempo Total Game

Used by beginners through Major Championship winners on the PGA Tour and validated by an Independent Scientific Study by the Departments of Physics and Biomechanics at Yale University.

The Total Game App allows you to learn how to correctly integrate the Tempo of the Tour Pros into your golf swing. Over 100,000 golfers worldwide, including Major Championship winners on the PGA Tour, have improved their games by using Tour Tempo.

  

Tour Tempo Frame Counter

It’s a proven fact that matching your tempo to that of the PGA Tour Pros with the internationally acclaimed Tour Tempo Tones is a way to instantly improve your golf swing. The first thing you need to do is find the current tempo ratio of your swing. The Tour Tempo Frame Counter App is the easiest and quickest way to do that, because it allows you to view and count sport action video, specifically the golf swing, by advancing the video one frame at a time. Once you have the tempo ratio of your swing, you then can compare it to the tempo ratio of your favorite PGA Tour Pro.

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SPEED ALERT! 💥Can a 50-ish yr old golfer gain 30-plus yards in 45 minutes? Absolutely. The Tour Tempo School of Speed (“SOS”) was in session on Saturday with @blake.hedges89 He  received an “A.” His increases: clubhead speed (CHS) increased 9 mph (from 97 to 106); ball speed (BS) increased 13 mph (from 136 to 149) – and he added 31 yards to his driver. And he accomplished this in less than an hour! Blake is very strong and has an athletic background. But a shoulder injury and resultant surgery derailed him and he lost much of his power. His goal: more speed, less effort. Blake achieved (and surpassed) his goal through a series of drills with Tour Tempo tools. Blake used the Lag Popper, Tsunami bar, and Speedball  in conjunction with Tour tempo Tones. The tools and drills enabled Blake to speed up his tempo, load properly and lengthen his backswing – adding effortless speed. The Lag Popper helped  him lengthen his backswing by 20%, load properly and accomplish this in one less frame. For Blake the Lag Popper was perhaps the most impactful. I had him POP backswings quickly (external focus). We also did band and Tsunami Bar work to increase his functional range of motion. The 1 arm Lag Popper drill opened up Blake’s Spiral Lines (ala Tom Meyers’ Anatomy Trains). Daily life (sitting at your computer; looking at your cell phone) puts us in a state of flexion and we can’t access the fascial slings (an underappreciated source of power). The 1 arm Lag Poppers immediately start to open up these slings. Once Blake was able to generate force from a better and more loaded position we used the Speedball (not pictured). The Speedball is my intermediate step during a speed session; it allows the athlete to swing in an unrestricted fashion AND IMPORTANTLY hit something with significant resistance! The Speedball creates resistance for more speed but also allows the golfer to “unleash” without worrying about a ball. Blake immediately was generating 103-105 CHS  with the Speedball. Then it was time for the a real club and ball. His first swing out of the gate was 103 and he kept building from there – peaking with a series of swings at 106 (remember he peaked before at 97). 💣
SPEED ALERT! 💥Can a 50-ish yr old golfer gain 30-plus yards in 45 minutes? Absolutely. The Tour Tempo School of Speed (“SOS”) was in session on Saturday with @blake.hedges89 He received an “A.” His increases: clubhead speed (CHS) increased 9 mph (from 97 to 106); ball speed (BS) increased 13 mph (from 136 to 149) – and he added 31 yards to his driver. And he accomplished this in less than an hour! Blake is very strong and has an athletic background. But a shoulder injury and resultant surgery derailed him and he lost much of his power. His goal: more speed, less effort. Blake achieved (and surpassed) his goal through a series of drills with Tour Tempo tools. Blake used the Lag Popper, Tsunami bar, and Speedball in conjunction with Tour tempo Tones. The tools and drills enabled Blake to speed up his tempo, load properly and lengthen his backswing – adding effortless speed. The Lag Popper helped him lengthen his backswing by 20%, load properly and accomplish this in one less frame. For Blake the Lag Popper was perhaps the most impactful. I had him POP backswings quickly (external focus). We also did band and Tsunami Bar work to increase his functional range of motion. The 1 arm Lag Popper drill opened up Blake’s Spiral Lines (ala Tom Meyers’ Anatomy Trains). Daily life (sitting at your computer; looking at your cell phone) puts us in a state of flexion and we can’t access the fascial slings (an underappreciated source of power). The 1 arm Lag Poppers immediately start to open up these slings. Once Blake was able to generate force from a better and more loaded position we used the Speedball (not pictured). The Speedball is my intermediate step during a speed session; it allows the athlete to swing in an unrestricted fashion AND IMPORTANTLY hit something with significant resistance! The Speedball creates resistance for more speed but also allows the golfer to “unleash” without worrying about a ball. Blake immediately was generating 103-105 CHS  with the Speedball. Then it was time for the a real club and ball. His first swing out of the gate was 103 and he kept building from there – peaking with a series of swings at 106 (remember he peaked before at 97). 💣