A Beginner’s Tale Continues: The Science Behind Swing Improvement

By Mike Errera Connecting “Feel” to Data In the initial chapter of my K-VEST journey, I recounted the dramatic results I experienced over the first few days and weeks of using the system. Now I’d like to pull back a…

Biomechanics in Action: The Importance of Side-Bending at the Top of the Swing

By Chris Poulin Attaining Effective Sidebend Ranges Among the golf professionals with whom I’ve worked, it’s widely accepted that there needs to be some side-bending of the upper body at the top of the backswing. But why? Without side-bending the…

Improving Club Speed and Efficiency: A Beginner’s Tale

By Mike Errera Seeing Results from the Very First Session Yes, let me make a confession: I’m not exactly a K-VEST veteran with a wealth of successful case studies. Not at all. Not yet at any rate. But actually, that’s…

A New Approach: Club Fitting in 3D

By Liam Mucklow Reversing the Traditional Concept of Club Fitting Most of us think of K-VEST as being a movement analysis tool whose primary uses are for golf and functional movement. I’d like to address another use, albeit an uncommon one,…

Hit Farther with a Firm Left Side

by Chris Poulin Why Golf is More Difficult for Right-handers One of the most epidemic movement dysfunctions in golf is the inability of right-handed players to rotate around their lead hip. The lack of proper left hip position can lead to…

Feedback, Focus and the Elements of Effective Golf Coaching

by Dan Houle What Kind of Knowledge Are You Providing? Effective golf coaches do two things very well: they provide solid instruction and they offer valuable feedback. The golf swing is a ballistic movement that must be completed before inherent…

Gain Power with Deceleration Training

By Jason Meisch For an overview of the importance of deceleration training, see the author’s previous article, which makes the relevant issues clear for readers and their clients through colorful analogies and commonsense examples. -KMI Editorial Why Screening is Key…

Getting More Distance by Putting on the Brakes

By Jason Meisch What Athletes Want Over the years, I’ve trained every level of athlete across many, many sports. I’ve also been able to train and study under some incredibly knowledgeable people in both the golf and fitness industries. In…

Lowering Scores with K-PLAYER Biofeedback Training: An Early Junior Golf Case Study

My wife and I are the parents of “Player Number One.” Our daughter is the first junior golfer to have complete access at home to the new K-VEST biofeedback training that is in K-VEST 7.0 and K-PLAYER. This has enabled…

The Business Model That Solves Your Biggest Problem

By Cordie Walker Our Dependency on Time K-VEST When we talk with the best instructors and coaches in the world, it quickly becomes apparent that the biggest problem they have in their businesses is time. 90% of their revenue is directly…

K-PLAYER – Enlighten and Prosper

An Introduction to K-PLAYER by Steve Pelletier “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.”  – Ben Franklin I recently came across this Ben Franklin quote and it made me smile. One of the great things about my job as…

How I A.C.T. – Changing Body Orientations to Improve Club Delivery

By Don Parsons, PGA Case Study From time to time, other professionals will ask me to take a look at a player’s data and give my opinion on what I see and how I would proceed. This is such a…

Accelerating Golf Instruction with Precision Coaching

by Deanna Zenger Many Paths, One Destination As coaches, we often ask students for results. “Take the club back to parallel” or “Get the butt of the club pointing at the target line.” In doing so, we forget that there…

K-VEST 6D Improves Ball Flight by Revealing Hidden Swing Flaw

 A Case Study by John Dunigan The Problem Everything started well enough. I was working with a high school athlete who was beginning to make great strides in his on-course performance. Unfortunately, he would hit heel strikes and gear effect…

Consistency: Questions, Challenges, Solutions

by Tim Suzor The Importance of Consistency As a PGA Teaching Professional for 20+ years, I hear this most often at the beginning of every lesson: “Tim… if I could just be more consistent, I’d play great.” Let’s take a look…

What Makes a Master Coach? – A Case Study You Must Read

by Tim Ressa  “What is a master but a master student? And if that’s true, then there’s a responsibility on you to keep getting better and to explore avenues of your profession.”    –  Neil Peart The above quote sums up…

Use Tech to Maintain Coach and Student Accountability

by Liam Mucklow I feel as though recently there have been more pundits criticizing technology for the woes of golfers not performing their best. And I’m not just referring to top touring professionals, but also average club golfers. I don’t…

Taking Junior Golf Instruction to New Levels

by Joseph DiChiara One of the strongest emerging niches in the golf industry today is junior golf instruction. Juniors are the future of our sport, and it is critically important that we take responsibility for mastering and sharing the knowledge…

K-VEST Plays Role in Amazing MLB Comeback

When Toronto Blue Jays ace Marcus Stroman blew out his ACL during spring training this year, nobody expected him to be back this season… except Marcus himself. Stroman’s rehab took six months (three to four months fewer than the average), and was aided by a…

Neal Hausch K-VEST Facility Attracts High End Clients

Neal Hausch holds degrees in biology and sports science and a Master’s in exercise physiology. He runs a sports fitness lab in Green, OH called Golf Fitness Plus. He spends most of his time optimizing amateur golfers from the OH area…