The one thing that really came into the spotlight at last week’s 122nd U.S. Open Championship was the revelation and demonstration by winner Matthew Fitzpatrick that he has indeed gained strength and distance.
Fitzpatrick has added more yardage to all the clubs in his bag without going through a Bryson DeChambeau-type of metamorphosis.
Today the DogLegNews Director of Instruction, Josh Koch, visits with a familiar face – movement coach Andrew Bolter, who has given us great workout tips in past videos.
In many parts of the country, players have an offseason. In cold climates, it’s the winter. For older players say in Florida, the sweltering summer months create an “offseason.”
Josh and Andrew discuss how you can go about working in your offseason and how to properly recover from your off-season training.
To learn more about how Josh trains for his long drive competitions, you can check out his 150-Mile-Per-Hour Blueprint by clicking on the link below to his site: