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Golf Fitness in Depth

Bull 3D would like to thank Ramsay McMaster for the intellectual property, guidance and inspiration and use of the information.

Looking to improve your fitness for golf or to do physical conditioning work?

Do you suffer from any of the following?

  • lack of distance
  • injury
  • fatigue
  • poor posture
  • lack of flexibility and mobility

Let us help develop a programme to help you reach your goals.

Our Services

Using 3D analysis, we are able to ascertain your physical limitations and restrictions and to link them to the swing faults you have. Working with some of the world's leading physiotherapists and golf-specific strength and conditioning coaches we undertake full golf-specific screenings which determine the areas of physical improvement you need to work on and, more importantly, how this will improve your golf.

The concept of athletic development has been around for a long time now. If you're in the age range of eight to eighty you can be put somewhere along the physical continuum of development based on twenty or more physical attributes, including lunging, pushing, pulling, weight transfer, squatting, single leg squatting, vertical stability, horizontal stability and torso rotation to name just a few. Each of these has huge relevance to the golf swing!

We offer an integrated training plan which is designed around your own personal golf swing biomechanics, a physical assessment and the free time you have available. Whether you are an elite athlete or a golf 'couch potato' we can help you progress, tailoring your exercises specifically for you and your game.

The Da Vinci Christmas Tree showing key muscle groups used by the golf athlete

Understanding Your Body is Key

Take a look at the famous Da Vinci Christmas tree, highlighting the key muscle groups that most golfers need to develop as they are the main postural muscles that aid better technique and enable both greater power and more control.

When you understand what works and why, you can start to train in a way that will optimise your physique for the best golfing performance.

By combining a thorough physical golf-specific screening with 3D analysis and biofeedback training, we can identify areas that might be holding you back and movements that inhibit your performance and might even lead to injury. We can then develop a personal strength and conditioning plan to address each element and start working towards your future golf athlete body.

Golf athlete working with a swiss ball

"You don't have to be built like Arnold Schwarzenegger to hit the ball a long way!"

Indeed, work out and bulk up in the wrong way and you'll only introduce new physical restrictions that could harm your game. With the proper analysis and a tailored strength and conditioning programme we can lead you in the right direction to improve your golf.

Find out more in our video guide to The Golfer's Body.

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