The Golfing Machine is now offering educational coursework on BIA™ which will be divided into three levels:

  • Level I consists of four and one half days of instruction and testing using the material from The Golfing Machine text, the BIA™ text (authored by Dr. Rosman), and the Illustrated Atlas of Musculoskeletal Anatomy text.
  • Level II consists of three and a half days of instruction and testing using material BIA™: The Science of Exercise.
  • Level III focuseson advanced topics in greater detail such as posture, golfer special population issues, and enhanced methods of TGM-BIA™ Fusion Programming.

Who can take the BIA™ Classes?

Classes are open to Golf Teaching Professionals, Health Care Providers, and Exercise Professionals.

Authorization as a TGM Instructor is not a pre-requisite for enrolling in these classes.

However, The Golfing Machine material is the “hub” or source of origin for all BIA™ information and therefore attendees will need to brush up on key TGM concepts prior to starting the classes.

What are the key features of BIA™?

Many new perspectives, concepts, terminology, and applications are introduced in this material. The TGM text and vast catalog of golf science constructs by Mr. Homer Kelley remain the gold standard by which Dr. Matthew M. Rosman; GSEM explains the role of the human body in golf stroke participation and introduces many new and exciting concepts such as:

  • The Golf Baseline Position™
  • Terminology and Key Nomenclature
  • The Tent Model of the Planes™, The Three Centers of Rotation™, and Swing Mapping™
  • Concept-Pathway-Pattern™, The Convergence-Divergence Process™, and Fusion
  • Evaluating Golf Poses and determining Joint Actions, Associated Planes of Motion, and Major Muscles involved
  • Movement Allowance verses Movement Tolerance
  • The BIA 8 Point Alignment System™
  • Wrist Circumduction verses Forearm/Arm Motions
  • The Hub, The Cage, The Core, and The Foundation
  • The Mobility-Stability Relationship/Trade-off
  • Posture and it’s Pivotal Prediction and Forecasting Role
  • Lumbar-Pelvic Rhythm, Scapular-Humeral Rhythm, and Shoulder-Forearm Rhythm
  • Pseudo-Circumduction
  • The Organization of the Nervous System and its key role in the BIA System