Neal Hausch holds degrees in biology and sports science and a Master’s in exercise physiology. He runs a sports fitness lab in Green, OH called Golf Fitness Plus.
He spends most of his time optimizing amateur golfers from the OH area but during the week of the Bridgestone Invitational, held at nearby Firestone Country Club each year in August, the clientele gets kicked up a notch or two.
Two years ago he won a bi-annual contest held by famed golf fitness outfit, TPI. The contest required entrants write a letter about their current practice and what they would do with the prize, a $45,000 package of fitness equipment, in the event they won.
Well, he won.
Part of his winnings included a K-VEST TPI 3D Motion Capture System.
Nowadays the world’s best players like Jordan Speith, Tim Clark, Ricky Fowler, Luke Donald, Justin Rose and Jason Dufner swing by during the WGC event for a check-up and to get hooked up to K-VEST, a wearable biofeedback device, for some biomechanics optimization.
“The really fun part comes when he hooks you up to what is known in the trade as a K-VEST TPI 3-D Motion Capture System.
That technology provides a three-dimensional analysis of a golfer’s swing efficiency and shows key biomechanical information, such as posture and dynamic movements.”
Well, Mr. Hausch, we at K-VEST are thrilled to be a small part of your wild success!
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