Introducing golfers pilates
Pilates is a fantastic form of exercise which done consistently, will help you to improve in any sport including football, tennis and golf. I love golf and I have played competitively since I was little – it took its toll on my body, but I discovered that Pilates really helped me to recover. I got the opportunity to play at some amazing courses including Royal Troon, Scotland; Royal County Down, Ireland and Wentworth. It can be a physically demanding sport and you have to be able to hold your concentration over a possible 4-hours or more if you wish to play 18 holes.
Golf is about creating a swing that can be repeated again and again. To help us achieve this I truly believe that every golfer should be working with a good coach, be using the right equipment plus optimise their strength and mobility. I can’t help with the first two, but I can definitely use my knowledge, in Pilates and experience to help golfers to move better.
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I encourage my clients to work at a level suitable for them, it is easy to scale the exercises up and down as ability progresses. Benefits of Pilates for golfers can include:
Strengthening and toning all muscles in the body.
Alleviates back pain and strengthens muscles in the back from your golf swing.
Increases mobility and flexibility of the spine.
Helps improve balance and coordination.
Improves posture and alignment in the body.
Improve strength to support other sports eg: golf, running, tennis, etc.
Helps to bring an overall sense of wellbeing to the mind.
Packages and Pricing
Pilates for golfers:
We also offer a Pilates for Golfers class on a Monday and Wednesday morning, perfect if you wish to improve your flexibility and support your game. Available for abilities.
Just £51 per 6-week block.
Please note: Full terms and conditions apply and at least one month’s notice is required to terminate your place. In the above pricing, we have allowed for holiday and bank holiday allowance to even out payments across the year.
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