Thursday, August 17, 2017

Training System Launches for People Looking to Improve Their Golf Game

Shawn Balow, owner of Tampa Strength, is launching a new online program specifically for improving golf performance called Golf Training Systems

(Tampa, FL) - Golf Training Systems is designed to enhance performance by increasing power output and movement efficiency, while at the same time decreasing the risk of injury. Training with this system will give each golfer the tools to rapidly improve their game.

“The focus is to help people achieve their training goals through a fun, unique and extremely effective training system,” say owner and head coach Shawn Balow. “Integrating sound exercises with innovative methods enables our program to get you results!”

When you join Golf Training System’s community, you’ll be receiving information and training directly from the professionals that work everyday to improve the performance of others looking to enhance their golf game.

For those who join, they’ll have the opportunity to do an initial TPI assessment. The TPI assessment is a very detailed report on your overall golf mobility and fitness compared to PGA tour players. This information will be used to create a personalized 3-month workout program targeting the things you need to work on to take your game to the next level.

“I’ve worked with a lot of coaches over the years and few can match the experience, qualifications, and passion that Shawn has for helping his clients,” says Mark de Grasse, founder and editor of Mad Fit Magazine. “Shawn has taken the best of Unconventional Training and applied it effectively to hundreds of people.”

Mark de Grasse is the former editor and owner of My Mad Methods Magazine and the original Chief Fitness Officer of Onnit Labs. He helped create the Onnit Academy and Onnit Academy Level One Certification and currently partners with innovative fitness companies to bring their products to market. He is also the current owner and editor of Mad Fit Magazine.

Golf Training Systems is planning to launch the first 3-month program in early September. For more information, go to

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