FAULT EXERCISE PROGRAM
Fit to Golf will analyse your golf game and swing and take in consideration
your body type and posture to determine your main swing fault. The ChiroFit
Program will design a specific swing fault exercise program that
will concentrate on strengthening week or tight muscle groups that are
contributing to your swing fault. These stretches and exercises will
help you achieve and maintain a balanced body.
FAULT SAMPLE EXERCISE
do try these exercises without receiving your whole fitness program and
safety instructions. These are only examples of exercises and do not relate
to you individually.
were found to have a weak / tight psoas you would be given the following
stretches and exercise. This would be part of the
individual swing fault component of your ChiroFit program
which might consist of about 10 muscle groups that would be concentrated
on. (These exercises may apply to your left side or right side or both
sides depending on your individual problems). Some muscle groups may
have a series of exercises and stretches that will need to be done.
If you were found to be of minimum fitness, then you will start your
ChiroFit program at LEVEL 1 (Beginners), so you do not
participate in any exercises that may be beyond your current limitations.
be able to print out your own exercises so that you can do your ChiroFit
program away from the computer in the comfort of your own home, office
or local gym or fitness centre.
LEVEL 1 (Beginners)
with your feet shoulder-width apart put your hands on your hips
or on a support. Take the leg on the side to be stretched behind
the body approximately 2 feet distance, with your toes on the
floor and heel off. Keep the hips square to the front of you.
Now slightly bend the front knee as you squeeze and tilt your
pelvis under and forward. Hold for 15 to 20 seconds then release.
Repeat 3 times.
Lay on your back on the floor with your hands palm down on the floor
beside your hips. To strengthen your left, draw you right heel towards
the buttocks with bend knee and foot on the floor. Ensure abdominal
muscles are contracted and lower back remains in contact with the floor
at all times. Raise your left STRAIGHT leg up as far as 90 degrees,
or as much as comfortable, then lower SLOWLY and CONTROLLED without
touching down on the floor until you have done 8 to 10 repetitions,
then release down. (Do the opposite for strengthening the right, i.e..
draw you left heel towards the buttocks etc.) Repeat three times.