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Get Fit to Golf will analyse your posture and determine what posture fault you may have and what muscle problems are contributing to your poor posture. This will enable a swing fault to be matched up with your body type and posture as certain postures will cause a specific type of swing fault such as slicing.


Please do not do these exercises without receiving your whole fitness program and safety instructions. These are only examples of exercises and do not relate to you individually.

You will also be given a specific stretch/exercise program to concentrate on your individual posture faults. This may consist of approximately 5 exercises targeting weak or tight muscle groups that are contributing to your posture fault.

If you were found to have a military posture, you would receive the following as part of your posture exercise program. (These exercises may apply to your left side or right side or both sides depending on your individual problems). You would normally receive more diagrams than shown below and more information explaining the details of your posture and muscle faults.

You will be able to print out your own exercises so that you can do your ChiroFit program away from the computer in the comfort of your own home, office or local gym or fitness centre.

Posture Exercises for Military Position (Sample Only)


  1. Lying on your back, place your arms by your side.
  2. Flex your hips and knees to around 90 degrees.
  3. Press your lower back against the floor
  4. Gently contract your buttocks and abdominals in order to create a pelvic tilting motion
  5. Continue this to create a smooth and rhythmical elevation of the buttocks off the floor, making sure not to lift the lower back off the floor.
  6. Once you have learned to master this movement, it can be tried with the legs becoming increasingly extended, until both the hips and knees are fully extended.
Start position (a)
(b) - (e)

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