Upper, Middle and Lower Body Segments 7 Balance Tests 3
7.3 Bar Lifts
Benefits to the Golfer
It stabilizes the lower legs, ankle and foot and improves stability in address position and in the golf swing.
Promotes and improve balance in the golf swing.
These muscles contribute largely to "feel" (proprioception) in the swing.
Keeps pelvis in correct alignment.
Feel certain muscles fire in the address position. Eg. Latissimus dorsi / glutei, lower back muscles, lower abdominals, inner quadriceps, adductors, peroneii and intrinsic muscles of the arches of the feet.
It will assist in strengthening postural muscles eg. Latissimus dorsi / glutei, lower abdominals inner quadriceps, adductors, peroneii and intrinsic muscles of the arches of the feet.
Golfers can use it on the range or when traveling to maintain core stability.
Improves lower abdominals and lower body segment.
Prior to carrying out these exercises ensure that you work within a pain free range.
If you have a serious spinal, neck or shoulder injury, abdominal or hip condition contact your doctor or physiotherapist before commencing this exercise
Do not go to the next level until good form is achieved in other words zero out of four breakdowns.
Ensure you are given proper advice on how to use the posture bar by a qualified physiotherapist or strength and conditioner
Do not strain or over-exert yourself when using the posture bar.