Pilates for Golf
Research Summary For Golf Fitness Training - The evidence that we can help Scientific Principles of Dynamic Correspondence for Sport & Golf Specific Training – Transferring exercise into the swing Physiological Model of Golf Swing – What does their body need? Most common golf injuries, what causes them and how to treat & avoid them – The importance of exercise to the recreational golfer. Most effective golf-specific exercises using Pilates Equipment. Most effective golf-specific exercises using accessories and take home equipment for your clients. Elite Golf Training Overview with Case Study – Putting it all together (your clients want to know what the tour players do)
Presenter: Scott Williams
is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Strength & Conditioning Coach and Myotherapist who has lectured, consulted and delivered golf strength & conditioning to the PGA of Australia, A.I.S & Golf Australia Elite Golf Programs, several International Golf Academies as well as many practitioners & golf professionals from around the world. Scott has managed the health & fitness of tour players from every major tour across the world and has trained several winners this year. In 2009 Scott became a published author with the Golf Fitness Book “Get A Grip”. Scott draws on his knowledge and experience in many different fields and applies them in order to create physical potential in the golfer’s he works with. Golf has been his primary focus since 2001. Scott has also worked actively in corporate health, exercise rehabilitation for older populations & Medicare, DVA & TAC funded work: care plans, diabetes & cardiac rehab groups. Since 2002 Scott has conducted on average 15hrs of equipment-based Pilates each week and has created a very practical set of exercises for improving golfers of all abilities.