Three really simple exercises for golfers to improve flexibility and help warm up before playing golf. Targeting rotation around the hips and trunk and mobility around the shoulders.
Golfers need good shoulder mobility and stability. Here’s a couple of tests and some simple exercises to help improve mobility and stability, and improve your golf performance.
FIVE Movements/exercises for golfers to help improve golf preference and reduce the risk of golfer related injuries. These are pretty simple and can be done at home. They include rotation, hip hinging, posture/set up, spine mobility and awareness, single leg loading and weight transfer and speed/power.
With a demonstration on how to perform the Single Arm Row and variations to help improve golf performance and reduce injuries associated with golf. Great for improving pulling strength (and reducing left to right imbalances), shoulder blade stability, core strength/stability and posture. This can transfer to increased club head speed…
Here’s a video showing some exercises to help improve shoulder mobility and stability. You can perform a couple of simple tests to determine whether limited range of motion (and apparent limited flexibility) are due to a mobility of stability limitation around the shoulder. Make sure you keep your shoulders healthy,…
Here’s three core exercises which will help your golf game: Plank with arm and leg reach Side plank (or side bridge) Hz rotations (cable or resistance band)
Here’s 3 simple Dynamic Stretches to perform before you play golf. Including one stretch for the hips, trunk and shoulder. These are great to loosen and warm up before you practise and/or play golf.
Here’s 5 great exercises for golfers. These can be done in the gym or at home. They will help improve posture, flexibility, weight transfer, strength and power.
Here’s some simple Exercises to help Increase Club Head Speed. All you need is a golf club.
Flexibility and Strength of the QL (Quadratus Lumborum) muscle is important for golfers. The ability for lateral flexion of the spine is essential to achieve a good backswing and impact positions. This video will demonstrate how to test flexibility and strength of your QL and how to improve both for…