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Flexibility, strength and endurance



G2 Girls are student-athletes.  


The G2 fitness training program prepares them to perform to their potential.  

"We're excited to have developed a fitness program that addresses the progressively evolving needs of young female athletes.  As they mature physically, socially, and emotionally, the impact that has on their long term athletic development is critical.", Sebastian Brown - Director of Strength and Conditioning.  

G2 students are prepared through their fitness training program to perform their best on the course and be prepared for the rigors of college golf.   Our individual and team workout programs create awareness for proper body motion, strength, added flexibility and increased club head speed.   


Prepare your bodies for the rigors associated with the amount of practice and play required to be great at golf.  We use soft-tissue health , sore strengthening, posture correction and joint stability exercises to reduce risk of injury.


Utilizing the Titleist Performance Institues concept of the "Body-Swing Connection" which involves screening for physical limitations that may be causing inefficiencies in the golf swing and identifying injury inducing swing mechanics, to optimize your performance on the course.


Develop a proficiency of physical fitness so when its time to start college you can jump right into their strength and conditioning program probably ahead of the curve. This will allow you to excel athletically and maximize your experience in competition.


This involves preparing student-athletes to become independendt through education and developing an understanding of key health fitness, and nutrition principles.  Students should have an understanding of their own strengths and weaknesses and how to structure their personal workouts and nutrition regimes.   

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David Chesworth

Strength and Conditioning Coach

David is a Health, Fitness, and Strength and Conditioning Coach. His approach to coaching excellence is through building on top of an on-going mastery of the fundamentals. David has always had a passion for the joy of physical fitness and is even more passionate about coaching athletes and driven individuals to achieve their highest fitness potential. At the age of 22, David suffered from a broken neck, cervical spine injury (sometimes called the hangmans fracture). Through a combination of excellent medical help and his willingness to stick to the rehabilitation plan, today he is 100% recovered. As a result he has developed a deeper appreciation for the power of mastering Movement Fundamentals. Now at the age of 30, David has never been fitter and has never felt more passionate about helping others with his knowledge and experience of implementing a quality exercise regimen. David has a Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science from Bowling Green State University (BGSU). He is an ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist and a certified Nutrition Coach through Precision Nutrition (Pn1). He also carries certifications through Functional Movement Systems (FMS), and Wellcoaches School of Coaching. He has experience working with Collegiate Strength and Conditioning teams through BGSU, experience working in Physical Therapy clinics and is also currently the Fitness Director at the Number 1 Destination Health and Weight Loss Retreat, Hilton Head Health. 

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