Max Training

Maximizing speed is key for any golfer which is why overspeed training is a vital process in developing more power, speed, consistency and distance. By accelerating your body at speeds greater than normal, you gain new muscle tissue that supports short, quick bursts of energy subsequently enhancing performance.

Training Rules

Pick a safe & open area to train in.

Always make sure to warm up before starting any training program.

Do not hit the ground with the trainer when swinging. Keep trainer at least 6 inches from the ground.

When using a speed sensor – start and end each program with a driver so you can compare speeds.

Always start with your dominant side.

Make sure to switch hand grip when changing sides.

Always start each program with only 1 x 50g weight. Add weights as instructed.

Keep your balance and swing as fast as possible.

Complete each 2 week training program before advancing.

Only train 3 days a week. Alternate training and rest days.

Warm-up Program

Arm Circles

5 x Forward and 5 x Backward

Crossover Arm Swings

5 x swings across chest

Torsos Twists

Hold trainer across shoulders with feet together and twist 20 times

Quad Stretch

With knees together alternate pulling each foot to glute and hold for 5-10 seconds

Hamstring Stretch

With feet together, keeping both legs straight, touch your toes and hold for 5-10 seconds

Groin Stretch

With legs wide apart, shift weight to the left by bending knee and hold for 5-10 seconds. Repeat on right side

Swings with trainer

With all 5 weights attached (just 3 for Juniors), take 5 slow, smooth and complete swings on each side

Adults Training Program

Weeks 1 - 2

Weeks 3 - 4

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Weeks 5 - 6

Weeks 7 - 8

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Juniors (8-13yrs) Training Program

Weeks 1 - 2

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Weeks 3 - 4

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Weeks 5 - 6

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Weeks 7 - 8

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