LT 092 | Dr. Greg Rose – Evaluating Rotary Athletes
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Dr. Greg Rose is a Co-Founder of the Titleist Performance Institute (MyTPI) and Functional Movement Systems.
Greg is a board certified Doctor of Chiropractic and holds an engineering degree from the University of Maryland. Greg specializes in assessing and treating golfers, 3-dimensional biomechanics, strength and conditioning, manual therapy, rehabilitation, nutritional supplementation and therapeutic exercises.
Combining an engineering background with an expertise on the human body, Greg helped pioneer the field of analyzing 3-dimensional motion capture models of the golf swing. That research has helped golf professionals all over the world gain a better understanding of how the body works during the golf swing.
Through the past 17 years, Greg has helped thousands of golfers of all skill levels reach peak athletic performance. His cutting edge yet research-based form of functional training combined with golf-specific motor learning drills have made Greg one of golf’s top strength and conditioning professionals. Greg also helped develop the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), a revolutionary movement assessment that helps identify altered motor control and guides medical practitioners on how to treat patients more efficiently.
Greg frequently appears on the Golf Channel. The TPI certification seminar series has made Greg one of the most requested speakers in golf health and fitness. He has lectured in over 21 countries and has been featured in many golf and news publications.
- Intro and Dr. Rose’s story to becoming a chiropractor
- Education in engineering and how it influenced his thinking on movement
- 3D Motion Capture Models and what we can learn from them
- How MyTPI was born, Dr. Rose’s creation of the SFMA
- Dr. Roses’s lecture “Evaluating Rotary Athletes” at Perform Better Summit in Providence, Rhode Island
- Who are Rotational Athletes?
- Style vs. Biomechanics/Efficiency
- The 4 “Must Haves” for Rotational Athletes
- The difference between stability and strength
- How to measure power for rotational athletes and train it?
- And much more