The class includes 11 lessons
Get more out of your body to improve distance and strike.
Are you looking for a more efficient and powerful golf swing? Dr. Mark Bull is a leading expert in 3D biomechanics, specialising in golf. He has designed this class to target 3 main areas: power, ball striking and pain avoidance.
This class looks at how to produce good anatomical and biomechanical body movements. There are plenty of drills for you to try at home which over time will significantly improve your body movements. These drills are used with elite golf professionals all over the world, but are able to be performed by anybody. The exercises require very little equipment and can be done anywhere.
How to utilise the spine to gain more rotation
How to maximise your body turn to increase power
How to use your wrists to generate club speed
How to avoid injury with by using poor body movements
What a good movement is and how to repeat it
This class includes 11 videos and lots of practice drills aimed at developing your body movement in the golf swing.
His areas of research focus on the impact of anatomy, human movement and biofeedback on golf swing biomechanics and kinematics. Mark provides 3D motion capture, biomechanics and sport science services to a range of leading players and golfing organisations and has worked with over 75 European and PGA tour professionals, over 350 PGA coaches, multiple national programs including England Golf, Golf Australia, Wales Golf, Icelandic Golf, Scottish Golf Union, British PGA and numerous more. Mark is a keynote speaker who presents regularly to leading conferences and sporting organisations on biomechanics in golf and has appeared on SkySports Golf on several occasions.
Mark works with multiple leading coaches who’s players include Justin Rose, Patrick Reed, Lucas Bjerregaard, Thorbjorn Olesen, Jhonnatan Vegas and many more.
Watch the interview of Mark Bull
Hannah 43, UK, handicap 36
"I went from being terrified of chipping
to having an array of shots to choose from"
This class will help you move the major limbs in the body to positively impact your golf swing.
Watch this brilliant in-depth interview with Dr. Mark Bull about his role as a biomechanics expert for some of the worlds most elite golfers.
A great exercise to test how well you can isolate the movement of the pelvis whilst the ribcage remains still.
Help generate good pelvis movement using just a wall.
This drill requires just a piece of elastic tubing and will really help to create positive movement through the pelvis.
Use this drill to feel great interaction between your arms, ribcage and pelvis during the transition phase of the backswing.
If you want help to create a more powerful movement in the downswing, give this fun drill a try!
A brilliant exercise to help promote awareness in the lead arm, shoulder and ribcage during the transition phase.
This motion is key to create more power and lag in the downswing, especially with the driver.
An expansion on the previous drill to really promote an explosive feel through impact.
Improve your connection between the arms, hand and rib cage to improve your body movement during the golf swing.
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