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STOTT PILATES® Conditioning for Golf & Rotational Power on the Reformer

Bring more power and control to your golf game with the new Conditioning for Golf & Rotational Power on the Reformer, a workshop developed by the programming team at Merrithew. Based on warmup and conditioning drills used by the world’s top golf pros, this program uses the spring resistance of the Reformer to increase mobility, build stability and improve the overall swing. Learn how to harness the power of the breath to bring focus and connection, improve range of motion in the shoulders and hips, and develop greater torso rotation – all major components of an outstanding swing. Through analysis of the biomechanics of each aspect of the swing, bring awareness to the neuromuscular, skeletal and fascial systems and how they work together to create greater power and distance. The moving platform of the Reformer challenges balance and stability resulting in optimal efficiency both on and off the course.

Learning objectives

  1. Apply the STOTT PILATES Five Basic Principles to modified exercises on the Reformer.
  2. Explore specific exercises designed for golf conditioning, including a standing warmup.
  3. Understand how these exercises challenge strength, stability and coordination.
  4. Discover how to correct biomechanics to improve a golf swing.

STOTT PILATES CECs: 0.2

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