Golf Specific Exercises

Safety Issues and General Precautions

  • Prior to carrying out these exercises ensure that you work within a pain free range.
  • Always breathe through nose, exhale through mouth and keep good rhythm of exercise.
  • Always consult a physiotherapist prior to commencing these exercises.
  • If you have any serious spinal, neck or shoulder injury, abdominal or hip condition, contact your doctor before commencing this exercise.
  • Do not go to the next level until good form is achieved.
  • Stop if you feel dizzy, experience pain or feel any discomfort in the chest.

For Posture Bar Exercises:

  • Ensure that you are given proper advice on how to use the posture bar by a qualified physiotherapist or strength and conditioning trainer.
  • Do not strain or over-exert yourself when using the posture bar.

For Swiss Ball Exercises:

  • Ensure that you are given proper advice on how to use the swiss ball by a qualified physiotherapist or strength and conditioning trainer.
  • Do not strain or over-exert yourself when using the swiss ball.

For Spikey Ball Exercises:

  • Ensure that you receive correct advice on how to use a spikey ball from a physiotherapist or a qualified instructor.
  • Do not use the spikey ball if you have any joint pathology, acute inflammation or severe bruising.
  • Stop if you are experiencing excessive pain.

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