Maximising stability and load capacity (pre-requisites for a balanced and powerful swing) can only be achieved if all your spinal joints are correctly aligned and your spine stabilized in its ‘neutral’ position. So, strengthening the muscles that stabilize your trunk is your key to good golf posture and a balanced swing.
Poor posture will make a good set-up elusive. We help you to avoid common postural faults, which restrict the spine’s range of motion, inhibit coil, limit power production, make staying balanced difficult and increase your risk of lower back injury.
Posture loss occurs when there is significant deviation from the body’s angles (typically spine angle) at address. It’s destructive because it affects your balance, your rhythm and timing, disrupts your swing plane, and prevents consistent ball-striking. Around 70% of club golfers lose posture during their swing. We explain why it’s so common, so destructive, and what to do to prevent it.
Good balance is crucial for consistency. We explain its inextricable link to good tempo, best achieved when the kinetic chain is used appropriately and the torso drives the swing, and why, if the arms dominate, maintaining balance becomes more difficult. Our exercises will improve your balance, rhythm, and ability to sequence your body motion to make proper use of the kinetic chain and arrive at impact with optimal leverage and power.
Strengthening the muscles that stabilize your trunk, really is the key to optimising golf performance. To ensure maximum stability and load capacity, important for a balanced and powerful swing…More Information
Maintaining Good Posture
Two-thirds of club golfers lose posture during their swing. This video explains what that means, why it’s so common and so destructive, and what you can….More Information
Achieving & Maintaining Good Balance
Good balance is crucial for a consistent golf swing. We explain why it’s important, why it can be elusive, and how you can......More Information
Achieving Good Posture
Good golfing posture is a pre-requisite for playing great golf. You need to achieve good posture at address, before you work to…More Information