Improving Your Med Ball Throws

It is widely accepted that medicine ball throws are a great way to improve rotational power. They blend strength and power gained in the weight room into a movement pattern more similar to what the athlete will do during competition. One of the fundamental ideas at...

The Marc Pro

Marc Pro allows your body to recover from practice, from playing, to efficiently accomplish those tasks. Utilization of the Marc Pro on a regular basis can help you improve your tasks and help you improve your game. – David...

Lateral Bounds for Rotational Power

Over the last two articles, we have looked at why we use box jumps and how they correlate to specific sports movements. The same principles of vertical power are applied to rotational sports such as golf, baseball, and tennis; only once the power is generated, it is...

Box Jumps and Correlation to Sport

In the first article, we discussed the three main points we look for in a box jump: triple extension, hip vertical displacement, and upper and lower body coordination.  One questions we base a majority of our training principles around is, “How will this translate...

How Do You Do Your Box Jumps?

We’ve all seen videos of athletes jumping on boxes stacked on boxes. While they are very amusing and often impressive at first glance, does that translate on to the field/court/course? When we teach the box jump, we are looking for triple extension, hip vertical...

FIP on Golf Channel on working with Wie, Lewis

Florida Institute of Performance Director/Owner David Donatucci was on the Golf Channel this week. Donatucci discussed the importance of fitness in golf as well as how he approaches the training of LPGA star’s Michelle Wie & Stacy Lewis. Check out the...