From the point of view of the training sciences, training quantity and quality are elementary components for the performance development of athletes.
Quality is a complex construct that has subject-related influencing factors.
At the system level, the "production" of sporting success is increasingly seen as a highly "individual project" because "ten is not equal to ten".
Children and adolescents of the same age may experience a difference in physical development of up to five years.
One of the focal points of the new Junior Golf Training model is based on this knowledge.
Martin Rentenberger is the leader in this concept, in which, true to the slogan "have fun, play golf", fun and games are not forgotten.
have fun, play golf - fun is the most important element why children and teens practice a sport in the long term. That's why our goal is to promote not only the sporting ambition, but also the joy of the game.
Other important factors are, of course, social aspects such as team spirit and group affiliation.
Another important component of the new model is the introduction of a grading system which divides the student's development into different cycles, as is usual in Jiu Jitsu or Judo.
Depending on their playing ability and physical training, the children and adolescents receive a differently colored "cap clip" instead of a belt, which should represent the current playing strength or the fitness level.
The "Dan system", which has proven itself in many sports, should serve as a motivation factor for the young golfer. Further information can be found in our presentation.
The Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) became the number 1 in the fields of golf fitness and Junior Golf over the last few years and we are very happy about our certificate for the TPI Junior Level 2 & 3.
In collaboration with US Kids Golf the Junior Golf Shop, with Martin Rentenberger, will bring out the best in your golf swing, thanks to years of experience.
Martin Rentenberger was chosen for the U.S. Kids Golf TOP 50 Master Teachers 2019 in January 2020 in Orlando, as the first European.