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Pilates and Golf

Golf Muscle Basics
A golfer’s healthy posture begins with full-body strength, flexibility and the maintenance of muscle balance. Players need strength in the upper- and lower-body musculature and the postural and rotational muscles. They also need to be mindful of muscular symmetry (Archambault 2000). Asymmetry is pervasive among golfers; the shoulder, biceps, forearm and upper back tend to develop more on a golfer’s dominant side. The stronger muscles are tighter, while the weaker muscles are more flexible (Baptiste & Mendola 1999). Many golfers desire a better bilateral balance in their musculature, as do most one-sided athletes (for example, baseball pitchers and tennis players).

Pilates Origins

Pilates Origins

source: “Pilates.com origins of Pilates” Joseph Pilates and the History of Pilates What’s all the fuss about? Pilates seems to have burst on the scene out of nowhere in the last 10 years. After...

Rehabilitation and Pilates

Rehabilitation and Pilates

Rehabilitation Pilates for Rehabilitation Pilates, an exercise regimen first developed for rehabilitation in the early 20th century (see Origins), has become a powerful rehab tool with significant benefits for your patients and your practice....

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