Andrew Hannon
Personal Trainer, Golf Performance Specialist, Movement Specialist

Andrew started as an athlete in a small town in Kansas where he participated in three sports in high school. His sports career continued at Baker University where he played baseball and basketball. During that time Andrew began to find his true passion for fitness and performance. While majoring in Exercise Science his knowledge on fitness and health continued to grow. Throughout his athletic career at Baker, he realized his strength performance goals could be reached by getting into weight lifting. After he graduated he knew that he wanted to share the knowledge he learned to help other people, and that’s where his personal training career started.

What Andrew loves about personal training is the fitness industry is always expanding and there is always something new to learn. The mindset and heart of an athlete, he continued to look for opportunities to continue his education with health and fitness. He embraced the learning and concepts of golf fitness and performance. He believes that the general public can benefit from the techniques and concepts of golf fitness training through mobility, flexibility, dynamic movement while throwing a twist with traditional strength and athletic movements. Andrew views health and fitness is not necessarily about looking ripped or toned year round with high intensity workouts, but about a life style change through active habits, maintainable nutritional choices, and a healthy mind set of self-worth.

Andrew loves working with all types of people, and enjoys creating valuable interpersonal relationships that can help clients exceed their goals. He enjoys learning about his clients to ensure a fun, motivational and fulfilling workout.

💪🏾MY EVENING WORKOUT SESH💪🏾
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I don’t really focus to much on posting my workouts, because my workouts are pretty boring and In a way not anything like on how I train my clients. If always trained people on how I train my self, they would be bored out of their mind, there would be no talking 😂, and would probably be wondering why we aren’t doing any cool drills they see on the gram. Personal trining In a way is an art. Have to provide what the client needs, but also have to keep them coming back in a business sense. So sprinkling in challenges, things they want to do, sexy drills with out selling out to the dogmatic trends is the blend that I have to keep up with!
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Saying that, here’s a typical workout for me. Non strenuous day, more of a maintain of strength and seeing how my ranges feel.
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Clip 1: Working set of Trap-Bar, 5 sets of 10 super Set with Clip 2 Isometric leg extension pull-ups for 5 sets of 5
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Clip 3-5: My breathing re-sets that I try to do before every workout and everyday. Trying to expand IAP, getting air to upper back as my spine is typically in an exhaled position. Spend about 1-2 minutes on each of these drills.
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Clip 6-7: Basic movement, nothing programmed here. I just go through random patterns to see if anything feels funny, and if it does I’ll spend more time on it. My focus lately is how short can I make my warmup, but still move with intent and prepared for my working sets. Felt decent so only spent about 5 minutes moving around.
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Not filmed 500 meter Row before working set, some land mine pressing drills.
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Do you want your own program? Hit me up and see what we can come up with.
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#mytpi #golfperformance #golffitness #workout #workoutroutine #glorygainsgym #glorygains #pri #posturalrestorationinstitute #hipmobility #mobilitywork #trapbardeadlift #breathingexercises #breathingreset @mytpi
💪🏾MY EVENING WORKOUT SESH💪🏾 - I don’t really focus to much on posting my workouts, because my workouts are pretty boring and In a way not anything like on how I train my clients. If always trained people on how I train my self, they would be bored out of their mind, there would be no talking 😂, and would probably be wondering why we aren’t doing any cool drills they see on the gram. Personal trining In a way is an art. Have to provide what the client needs, but also have to keep them coming back in a business sense. So sprinkling in challenges, things they want to do, sexy drills with out selling out to the dogmatic trends is the blend that I have to keep up with! - Saying that, here’s a typical workout for me. Non strenuous day, more of a maintain of strength and seeing how my ranges feel. - Clip 1: Working set of Trap-Bar, 5 sets of 10 super Set with Clip 2 Isometric leg extension pull-ups for 5 sets of 5 - Clip 3-5: My breathing re-sets that I try to do before every workout and everyday. Trying to expand IAP, getting air to upper back as my spine is typically in an exhaled position. Spend about 1-2 minutes on each of these drills. - Clip 6-7: Basic movement, nothing programmed here. I just go through random patterns to see if anything feels funny, and if it does I’ll spend more time on it. My focus lately is how short can I make my warmup, but still move with intent and prepared for my working sets. Felt decent so only spent about 5 minutes moving around. - Not filmed 500 meter Row before working set, some land mine pressing drills. - Do you want your own program? Hit me up and see what we can come up with. - #mytpi #golfperformance #golffitness #workout #workoutroutine #glorygainsgym #glorygains #pri #posturalrestorationinstitute #hipmobility #mobilitywork #trapbardeadlift #breathingexercises #breathingreset @mytpi