The rotation of the body in the golf swing is probably one requiring the most precision of all club/racquet/bat wielding sports. The golf swing requires the arms and shoulders to be in a relaxed state such that the body rotation principally swings the arms and club on a precise plane and a precise swing path. The core body muscles are absolutely key to this movement being delivered with consistent accuracy.
The Musher assists the training of the core body muscles by presenting a rotationally consistent resisting force for the core muscles to work against. The Musher enables the muscle effort in the hands, arms and shoulders to be minimised with muscle effort focused on the core muscles delivering the rotational movement. Isolating the core muscles in this way will help better discipline and strengthen core muscles for the rotational, turning body motion of the golf swing.
Core stability is the foundation for explosive movements and control (agility, balance and co- ordination), qualities vital in cricket. It allows the muscles and joints to perform in their safest, strongest and most effective positions. In terms of cricket, core stability allows you to hit harder and bowl faster by enhancing your ability to control arm and leg movement.
Cricket is both a long and short format sport, therefore the need to have explosive movements and control is extremely important. Players also need core stability to avoid back injury, especially over long periods of time. The Musher will be the device to help allow this as it uniquely always provides a pure rotational resistance which enables muscles to be strengthened in a way which more closely resembles how the core body muscles are used when an individual is participating in crick
The core muscles are important for a football player as they serve a base for endurance, posture, strength, power, coordination, and reducing likelihood of injury. Whether it's for fighting off an opposing player, or making that powerful kick to score, your core muscles play an important role.
A new approach to core stability, The Musher provides core strengthening exercises in a way which more closely resembles how the core body muscles are used when an individual is participating in Football. Therefore, The Musher is needed at all levels of Football, and with the ability to use it anywhere, people can use it in their own homes or even at their football clubs.
Core exercises to improve strength and stability in tennis are a vital part of fitness training for tennis. The abdominal, oblique and lower back muscles are extensively used for the three basic and most important shots in tennis – the serve, forehand, and backhand.
Strengthening your core will provide that vital stability for times when you are forced off balance or pressed by an opponent on the baseline - and likely make the critical difference between a good shot and a bad one.