Nathane is a veteran health and wellness authority with nearly two decades of experience as a personal trainer, strength & conditioning coach and nutritionist.
In addition to helping clients shed body fat, build strength and improve performance he shares his knowledge as a writer and featured expert for numerous television and radio shows, and print publications.
He’s a former University basketball player, physique competitor, and fitness model who can now be found navigating his way through trees at the local golf course.
To my surprise, Nate’s approach and expertise extended way beyond golf fitness. He not only helped me increase mobility, strength and power, demonstrated by a 10mph improvement in club head speed but, with his nutrition coaching, I’ve lost 20lbs and my latest blood panel shows I’m close to no longer needing diabetes medication.
Nathane understands the golf swing and structures our workouts to address those areas that are holding me back from producing a more efficient and effective swing. After 6 months of regular workouts, I feel stronger and more confident over the ball, I have a greater range of motion with which to work.
The 8-week group program was extremely beneficial and focused on individual needs as well as the group. We learned the correct (safe) way to perform key strength exercises, which we progressed each week. The session wrapped up with an overview of nutrition which was over and above what Nathane was obligated to share.
To play golf at a high level, your body needs to have an adequate level of
- joint mobility,
- joint stability,
- core strength,
- total body strength and
- the ability to generate power
It’s my main objective to help you move better, which will not only reduce the risk of injury but allow you to build strength and power leading to greater distance and accuracy.
There is no single ‘right’ way to swing a club, as can be seen with the various swing styles on the (L)PGA tour. Each golfer has a unique swing determined by how each joint functions throughout the body.
The most important club you could ever own, is