Effects of a Warm-up on TPI Assessment Performance in Golfers
The main purpose of this study is to compare the effects of a dynamic warm-up on Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) screen performance. The TPI screen is a fitness assessment that is used to identify golfers’ physical limitations that might affect their swing and golf performance. We will also record the TPI screen tests with videos on tablets to re-score at a later date to compare reliability of real-time and video scoring.
You will be asked to come to the Blended Learning Interactive Simulation Suite (BLISS) at the UCF CHPS Innovation Center for one visit. You will complete the TPI screen then rest for 20 minutes and complete questionnaires. You will then perform a brief warm-up and repeat the TPI screen.
- Between 18-75 years old
- Have played golf for at least 2 years
- Play golf at least once/month in the past year OR once/week in the past 3 months
- Current musculoskeletal (muscle, joint, bone, etc.) pain level BELOW 3/10 (0 is no pain, 10 is worst pain imaginable)
Exclusion Qualifications:You may not participate in this research opportunity if any of the following applies to you:
- Balance disorder
- Current pregnancy
- Previous year history of musculoskeletal surgery
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PI: L. Colby Mangum
September 11, 2023
CHPS Innovation Center
3280 Progress Dr
Orlando, FL 32826
Number of visits: 1
Expected time per visit: 1 hours
L. Colby Mangum
Exercise Physiology & Rehabilitation Science
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