The Golf Fitness Program is tailored for you and targeted at improving your golf. It will also provide pain relief and prevent injury allowing you to practice to a higher standard, play as much as you want and enjoy this great game as well as the rest of your life in a strong and supple body.
To give you a you an idea of how physical training can help your golf game, watch this 3min video on the PGA Golf Performance Program where Scott Williams of Ocean Fitness is head of Strength & Conditioning as well as lecturer to the diploma program that these budding tour players are currently undertaking. You can book with Scott at the PGA @ Sandhurst Tue-Thur or at Ocean Fitness Sorrento Monday’s & Friday’s:
Latest golf exercise: Good feet = better golf swing
Coaches and students of the PGA golf performance program share their experiences
Exercise Physiologist Scott Williams explains golf fitness during a seminar in 2014:
How it works
Exercise science states that best physical improvements are realised when exercise programs are updated every 6 to 8 weeks so that the body is challenged to keep adapting. Once you have 3 or 4 programs in your arsenal you can continue to rotate those programs in order to achieve this.
So where do you perform these exercises? Some golfers are well-equipped with a home gym to undertake exercise at home, some are members of a gym and can undertake the program there. You also have the option to attend small group training (maximum of 4 clients) at Ocean Fitness. These sessions allow for supervised, individualised training where your golf-specific program can be continually progressed and adapted to suit your needs. In these sessions your program will be augmented with Equipment Pilates-based movements and stretches for increased improvement.
Enjoy the game even more!
Consultant to PGA of Australia & several international associations and institutes