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Ho hum, another high level golfer picked up 7 mph of ball speed/20 yards going thru the Tour Tempo Speed Training program. In this particular case, ‘another golfer’ just happens to be the PGA Tour Player, @chrisdthomps , who already possesses good speed and a good swing. Chris is 42 years old and is very athletic.  Take a look at this swing and his numbers: CHS: 116 Ball Speed: 168-169 Carry: 279 yards Tempo: 22/7 Swipe Across to see how we did it and the tools we used.  If you still want more details, check my latest ‘case study’ https://www.tourtempo.com/how-pga-tour-player-chris-thompson-picked-up-20-yards-in-an-hour/ Tools we used: - Tsunami Bar @tsunamibarsports - Tour Tempo Speed Ball with Faceplates - my New ‘CoachWhip’ Speed Throwoff Device (still working on the name) - @flightscopegolf X3 Chris’ first swing drill was Speedball with the new faceplates. After a few swings, he put up a ‘chs’ of 129 mph!  The speedball driver is just slightly lighter in weight than a normal driver and this gives you a nice overspeed effect, letting the body know that it can move fast. Chris loved hitting the Speedball and this brings me to the most important principle for training the body for speed/power: SAID - Specific Adaptation to Increased Demand You have to have an Increased demand to make an adaptation.  If you just make a practice swing, there is no demand on the body and thus there will be no Adaptation. When you hit the speedball target, there is a huge demand (at impact) and your body has to overcome that demand swing THROUGH the hitting area with more force.  As you do this more and more, your body starts to adapt by recruiting more muscles and firing harder, thus you get the increase in speed! We were now ready to put Chris back on the monitor and the results were/are impressive! CHS: 119-120 mph Ball Speed: 177 mph Carry: 297 yards Tempo: 20/7 (faster backswing tempo = more speed) He gained 3-4 mph of Club Speed! He gained 7 mph of Ball Speed! He gained 20 yards!! #tourtempo #golfstagram #golfswing #resistancefordistance #clubheadspeed #golffitness #pgatour special thanks to @coachcoburn @evolutionathletics1 @joshnahmgolf
Ho hum, another high level golfer picked up 7 mph of ball speed/20 yards going thru the Tour Tempo Speed Training program. In this particular case, ‘another golfer’ just happens to be the PGA Tour Player, @chrisdthomps , who already possesses good speed and a good swing. Chris is 42 years old and is very athletic.  Take a look at this swing and his numbers: CHS: 116 Ball Speed: 168-169 Carry: 279 yards Tempo: 22/7 Swipe Across to see how we did it and the tools we used.  If you still want more details, check my latest ‘case study’ https://www.tourtempo.com/how-pga-tour-player-chris-thompson-picked-up-20-yards-in-an-hour/ Tools we used: - Tsunami Bar @tsunamibarsports - Tour Tempo Speed Ball with Faceplates - my New ‘CoachWhip’ Speed Throwoff Device (still working on the name) - @flightscopegolf X3 Chris’ first swing drill was Speedball with the new faceplates. After a few swings, he put up a ‘chs’ of 129 mph!  The speedball driver is just slightly lighter in weight than a normal driver and this gives you a nice overspeed effect, letting the body know that it can move fast. Chris loved hitting the Speedball and this brings me to the most important principle for training the body for speed/power: SAID - Specific Adaptation to Increased Demand You have to have an Increased demand to make an adaptation.  If you just make a practice swing, there is no demand on the body and thus there will be no Adaptation. When you hit the speedball target, there is a huge demand (at impact) and your body has to overcome that demand swing THROUGH the hitting area with more force.  As you do this more and more, your body starts to adapt by recruiting more muscles and firing harder, thus you get the increase in speed! We were now ready to put Chris back on the monitor and the results were/are impressive! CHS: 119-120 mph Ball Speed: 177 mph Carry: 297 yards Tempo: 20/7 (faster backswing tempo = more speed) He gained 3-4 mph of Club Speed! He gained 7 mph of Ball Speed! He gained 20 yards!! #tourtempo #golfstagram #golfswing #resistancefordistance #clubheadspeed #golffitness #pgatour special thanks to @coachcoburn @evolutionathletics1 @joshnahmgolf