ROTATIX - training aid for more flexibility and stroke length

Verbessern Sie Ihren Golfschwung mit Leichtigkeit.

– Optimales Aufwärmen vor der Runde
– Verletzungsprävention
– mehr Beweglichkeit = mehr Länge
– bessere Koordination von Oberkörper und Hüfte
– dadurch garantiert weniger Streuung
– garantiert bessere Ergebnisse

für Rechtshänder und Linkshänder

Von Physiotherapeuten, Golf-Physio-Coaches, Fachärzten und der PGA Klinik MEDICUM Rhein-Ahr-Eifel (Bad Neuenahr) empfohlen.

Wir bieten auch Online-Trainings, Kurse, Workshops und umfangreichen Telefon Support an.

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01

Start upswing

...are inserted into the Velcro loop from the inside
the Velcro.

The posture is slightly bent forward (eyes look
as in golf on a (here "imaginary) ball.

02

end of upswing

At
A golfer who is sufficiently flexible will have the horizontal brace parallel to the ground (as shown in the photo here).

The ROTATIX lettering can therefore be read parallel to the ground. If this is not the case for you, the stretch is missing.

03

end downturn

Hip rotation is initiated by pushing off the floor with the right foot

Arms follow -> left arm stays straight / right arm bends

right elbow close to hip

Belt buckle points towards the target

04

start-finish

You grip the ROTATIX with your right hand on the foam handle. The index and middle fingers of the left hand are hooked into the adjustable Velcro loop. The left elbow bent 90 degrees - sits firmly supported in the padded angle.

The right arm is straight, as in the set-up with a golf club

The posture is slightly bent forward (eyes over an imaginary ball)

05

end finish

Hip rotation is initiated by pushing off the floor with the right foot

Belt buckle points towards the target

Right leg rotates on tiptoe -> stretched out and gives a firm footing

The inclination of the upper body remains the same, see graphic 5 on the right

Right arm remains stretched and stretches left shoulder into the finish

01

Start upswing

...are inserted into the Velcro loop from the inside
the Velcro.

The posture is slightly bent forward (eyes look
as in golf on a (here "imaginary) ball.

02

end of upswing

At
A golfer who is sufficiently flexible will have the horizontal brace parallel to the ground (as shown in the photo here).

The ROTATIX lettering can therefore be read parallel to the ground. If this is not the case for you, the stretch is missing.

03

end downturn

Hip rotation is initiated by pushing off the floor with the right foot

Arms follow -> left arm stays straight / right arm bends

right elbow close to hip

Belt buckle points towards the target

04

start-finish

You grip the ROTATIX with your right hand on the foam handle. The index and middle fingers of the left hand are hooked into the adjustable Velcro loop. The left elbow bent 90 degrees - sits firmly supported in the padded angle.

The right arm is straight, as in the set-up with a golf club

The posture is slightly bent forward (eyes over an imaginary ball)

05

end finish

Hip rotation is initiated by pushing off the floor with the right foot

Belt buckle points towards the target

Right leg rotates on tiptoe -> stretched out and gives a firm footing

The inclination of the upper body remains the same, see graphic 5 on the right

Right arm remains stretched and stretches left shoulder into the finish