Train Like The Pros: Add 10 Yards To Your Drive With Biomechanics

November 4 at 12:00 PM EST

Tune in for a roundtable Q&A with the best minds in golf fitness and performance and find out why a pre-round warmup routine is critical to playing your best golf, how screening your body can determine whether you should hit a fade or a draw, how can you make the most of recent advances in gym equipment and more.

DR. MARTY MILLER is the Director of Education and Training for Technogym USA. He has more than 20 years of experience in sports medicine, performance enhancement and injury prevention. During his career he has been the Director of Fitness for BallenIsles Country Club, Woodfield Country Club, and Mizner country club. He was also Director of Performance Enhancement with the New York Yankees.

His academic credentials include a BS in Sports Medicine and Physical Education from Canisius College (NY) and a MS in Exercise Science & Injury Prevention from California University of Pennsylvania, and received his Doctorate in Health Sciences from AT Still University in Mesa, AZ.

Dr. Miller is a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) with the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA), a Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES), Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES), and a Mixed Martial Arts Conditioning Specialist (MMASCS).  

JJ RIVET is one of the pioneers of biomechanics applied to sports and has spent more than 20 years on the various professional golf circuits of the PGA in addition to other sports like rugby, windsurfing, motorcycle and auto racing.

JJ created the Biomecaswing concept in 1998, in 2005 opened the Biomecaswing Performance Center at the magnificent golf resort of Terre Blanche, and in 2008 created the European Tour Performance Institute.

JJ currently serves as head of the Sport Performance Department of ETPI in charge of biomechanical monitoring, leads Under Armour’s innovation department for Europe, is the biomechanist of record for the French international golf teams, and teaches applied biomechanics at University of the Mediterranean-Marseille.

TREVOR HYPOLITE holds several certifications in various fields of exercise science and has trained athletes of a variety of sports and ability levels for nearly 20 years. Trevor is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist and has achieved certification from the National Association of Speed & Explosion.

As a biomechanics specialist, he utilizes the FMS (Functional Movement Screen) test to identify the movement challenges of individual athletes before incorporating a series of corrective exercises to remedy each athlete’s unique physical challenges.

TIM ROBERTS is the Director of Sports Science at Therabody and leads the company’s science and innovation strategies as well as translation of each into consumer education and product development. Prior to joining Therabody, Tim spent 8.5 years with the Gatorade Sports Science Institute leading the translation of sports science into practical strategies for youth athletes and elite professionals in all major sport leagues and tours in the US.

Tim is a +3 handicap, has provided sports science support to a number of PGA Tour, LPGA Tour, and European Tour players, and has spoken at the last two World Golf Fitness Summits on the application of different sports science topics for amateur golfers.

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