I know what you’re thinking…

FORE the love of all that is good when can I get back on the fairway!

That’s right! The golf season is upon us, and we are STILL stuck not being able to head to the greens. Knowing all that will be able to start soon, this is a key time to get some exercising in to get you in game shape. Here are some exercises that would help with that swing of yours!

As an average rule, complete 10-15 repetitions, 1 set, 1 time per day. 

Don’t forget to stretch to prepare for these golf exercises.

Shoulder Diagonal Pattern (D1)

While standing, move your arm through a diagonal pattern sometimes described as D1. The pattern should start with your arm reaching toward your opposite pocket by your opposite hip with palm facing your opposite pocket. Next, move your arm upwards and laterally across your body so that the palm of your hand is pointed upward towards the ceiling and thumb pointed behind your body.

Reverse to starting position and repeat.

Shoulder Diagonal Pattern (D2)

While standing, move your arm through a pattern sometimes described as D2. The pattern should start with your arm reaching down towards your opposite pocket by your hip with palm facing your hip. Next, move your arm downwards and laterally across your body so that the palm of your hand is pointed downwards towards the floor.

Reverse to starting position and repeat.

Shoulder Blade Setting

While laying on your stomach, anywhere you’re comfortable lying is fine, have your face laying on a pillow or ground and turn your head to the side. When exercising one should at a time, just move head to the opposite side of the shoulder you are working on. Place arm at your side. Next, bring bottom of shoulder blade and angle it towards the middle of your spine. When doing it properly you will have the should slightly lift off the bed.

Bring back to starting position and repeat.

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