How to utilise your pelvis movement can positively impact distance
Understand how the spine works in the golf swing
Understand how you can improve your body movement in the golf swing
Increase maximum speed of your body movement
Increase range of movement in your upper and lower body
Have a greater range of movement in the pelvis
Feel better club head speed and control through your golf swing
Gain a wider range of movement in the hips and torso
Understand the importance and impact of physical training and exercise on the golf swing
*Birdietime programs are normally available to Birdietime.TV subscribers only. Due to the global circumstances, we now offer Birdietime subscription for free until the end of April 2020 if you sign-up until the end of March.
Many areas influence club head speed such as the forces applied to the handle, 3D length of hand path and angular torques. Therefore what movements can we do in the swing that influence and improve these areas. I have designed my coaching program to help you to understand the key factors on how to create more club head speed and what kind of exercises you should do in order to gain more distance.
Enjoy and give us feedback.“
Dr. Mark Bull, PGA & European Tour Coach
Dr. Mark Bull
It would be best to practice these drills as much as you can, so you can maximise the benefits and the effects of them. These exercises are all designed for golfers, so the benefits you get are tailored for adding speed into the golf swing. Once you have mastered these drills, the next step is for you to work on building your strength in a gym environment.”
Rob Goldup, European and PGA Tour physical and performance coach.
1. Gain More Distance with better body movement
2. Speed drills and exercices
1. Utilise the spine to gain more rotation
2. Maximise your body turn to increase power
3. Warm-up the upper body
4. Create internal and external rotation in the hips
1. Correct any poor movements
2. Exercises to help you stay pain free
3. uUtilise pull and push patterns
4. Add rotation through the upper body
Exact same warm-up as Ryder Cup winner Fransesco Molinari. Routines that are designed to have varying difficulty levels, which make them suitable for all ages and abilities
Birdietime is an Official Venture of the European Tour
Have the best coaches in your pocket.
Number of videos growing all the time.
Coaching you from tee to green.