Golf Body

Truth about Arm Movement in your Golf Swing

August 4, 2016
Truth about Arm Movement in your Golf Swing

Watch a full golf swing and it looks like there is a lot of arm movement.  Not only does there appear to be a lot of arm movement, but it also appears your shoulders require a swimmer’s degree of flexibility to make a correct golf swing. It’s all very deceptive because in relation to your body, your […]

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Never lose your swing axis

March 30, 2016 0 Comments
Never lose your swing axis

Have you ever swung a small weight tied to a string around your fingers?  It spins easily until you look to change the spin angle.  It resists the change. Your golf swing is the same; the easiest way to swing on the correct path is to have a steady body movement. Really simplistically the golf […]

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Build a Strong Upper Body Turn

August 20, 2015 0 Comments
Build a Strong Upper Body Turn

Put your hand up if you think a powerful golf swing needs a long backswing?  If your hand is up, you are not alone.  The secret to more power in your swing is not making a bigger turn or swinging your arms or club back further, but – among other things – developing torque through […]

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Are Address and Impact Positions the Same?

March 2, 2015
Are Address and Impact Positions the Same?

Asking players to mimic impact position usually draws a confused look or they take their address position and say that it is the same at impact.  A quick check of any good player will show that impact and address positions are quite different. Understanding that address and impact are different is a huge shift conceptually […]

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Rob Neal: Making Great Golf Swings

February 6, 2015 0 Comments
Rob Neal: Making Great Golf Swings

The science of biomechanics, like other aspects of coaching and technology has made huge advances over the past decade.    Dr Rob Neal is a sports biomechanist specialising in golf and has been at the forefront of bringing improved understanding to coaches around the world.  This is a far cry from the past where our […]

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Dave Buttifant: Sports Science and Ancient Greeks

January 23, 2015 0 Comments
Dave Buttifant: Sports Science and Ancient Greeks

It doesn’t matter how far sports science takes us in the future, there are lessons from the Ancient Greeks which are as relevant today as they were thousands of years ago. Today’s guest David Buttifant recognises this at the same time as he leads innovation in the sports science field. Dave is one of Australia’s […]

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Pilates Training for Golf

November 17, 2014 0 Comments
Pilates Training for Golf

Want to develop functional strength and range of movement for golf?  Pilates is an excellent form of training for golf for any player looking to improve their core strength and flexibility.  The benefits include being able to swing the club more correctly, leading to better ball striking and lower scores.  Do the exercises in this video […]

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Pilates Golf Warm-up

November 10, 2014 0 Comments
Pilates Golf Warm-up

Without a proper warm-up, your chances of beginning your round well are reduced.  The exercises in this video will prepare you for great shots from the first swing. Click here to find out more about Kimi Knight and her work at Pinnacle Physiotherapy. If you enjoyed this video, then watch Pilates Training for Golf   Install […]

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Balanced Golf Swing

November 27, 2013
Balanced Golf Swing

A bent arrow won’t fly straight, same as an unbalance swing will not be smooth and leads to inconsistent contact.  Improve your balance and the rest of your swing will also improve. Install this web app on your Android: Tap menu, more options, and then Add Shortcut To Homescreen.×

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Centring your Hip Turn

October 2, 2013
Centring your Hip Turn

Figuring out whether your hips are spinning or sliding is easy with this checkpoint for centring your hip turn. Install this web app on your Android: Tap menu, more options, and then Add Shortcut To Homescreen.×

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