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Susan Hill, Golf Fitness and Nutrition Coach
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About Susan Hill
Susan has earned national certifications as a fitness trainer with several organizations including the National Academy of Sports Medicine, the International Sports Science Association, and the American Council on Exercise. She currently trains golfers of all levels at the Sunriver Resort, a top U.S. golf destination resort in Sunriver, Oregon. As a Chek certified Golf Biomechanic and Sports Performance Nutritionist, she is now among an elite group of golf fitness experts nationwide. Susan has worked with hundreds of golfers ranging in skills from beginners just taking up the game of golf to collegiate, amateur and tour players looking for a more competitive edge. She is a contributing writer to Golf Illustrated, and a published writer on topics of health, fitness and golf. She was selected as one of the top three trainers as the Trainer of the Year 2003, having been chosen among over 85,000 trainers across the country.
Watch Susan Hill's Videos
Do you want more golf power? Watch Susan.
Dynamic golf stretching. The new way to get loose.
Eating on course. Can pretzels help your golf game?
Hydrate Your Body for Better Golf
Generate golf club head speed with the medicine ball.
Golf Fitness: The perfect crunch
Lunges - Better Balance & Leg Strength
Mid-Back Stretch. Your Next 10 Yards?
Building Better Leg Strength for Golf.
Get Better Balance in Your Golf Swing
Core strength golf drill. It takes 2 for this exercise.
Susan's favorite wrist and forearm exercises.
Stretching your hips for better golf. Are yours too tight?
Read Susan Hill's Articles
Golfer's Elbow Or Tennis Elbow - The Tell Tale Signs
How is Your Golf Stamina On The Back Nine?
Women Golfers Set New Standards For The LPGA
What Can A Single Digit Handicap Golfer Do That You Can't?
Golf Specific Core Exercises Improve Your Drive Distance
Getting To The Core Of Your Golf Swing
Quick Golf Tips for Restoring Muscle Imbalances
The Future of Junior Golf
Senior Golfers Increase Swing Speed
Creating A Golf Fitness Program