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Pilates for Golfers

About Pilates for Golfers

Hit the ball further, straighter and more accurately with less chance of injury.

Golf requires repeating the same essential movements. This can cause imbalances in the body as some muscles become overused and others weakened. For a golfer, muscle imbalances can affect the legs, hips, arms, shoulders, and the lower back. This in turn affects your game – you may be lacking distance and accuracy on your drives. 

With muscle imbalances there is also a greater potential for injury and your stamina may decrease due to inefficient movements.

Pilates for Golfers focuses on strengthening and mobilising muscles required specifically for golf to reduce or eliminate these imbalances. When your body is working at its best, your overall enjoyment and longevity will improve too.

Belinda Kranz
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WHY CHOOSE US

Deep core muscles

By strengthening these lower abdominal muscles you will take the pressure off the low back, hips and knees and reduce stiffness and pain. It will also allow for improved posture at address.

SPINE MOBILITY

A long and flexible spine to allows you to rotate further on the back swing without jeopardising your lower body balance and strength. And the more mobility you have, the more power you can put into your swing.

UPPER BACK STRENGTH

Create a smoother and more powerful swing with evenly conditioned back muscles. It will also drastically reduce neck and shoulder tension as these muscles can overwork when we don’t use our upper back muscles correctly. Upper back strength also helps keep great posture as we grow older.

STABILISE YOUR PELVIS

So what does a stable pelvis have to do with improving your golf swing? You are more inclined to hold your lower body strength when rotating into the back swing and a balanced and stable lower body combined with increased mobility in the upper body means you can coil more efficiently in your back swing.

HIP MOBILITY AND ROTATION

Without good hip rotation, you can compensate on your follow through with knees or back causing wear and tear on muscles,. And a bigger hip turn will also allow for greater power through your rotation.

SHOULDER MOBILITY AND STRENGTH

Good muscles engagement and joint mobility will ensure you hit the right positions in the back swing without causing wear and tear on the shoulder joint.