Today I am especially excited to bring on our special guest, Bradley Borne.
Picture this: Members only, indoor club in the middle of Manhattan that specializes in golf performance. This place is too good to be true, right? Wrong! Today we are talking to Bradley Borne from Golf & Body NYC.
You might think indoor means a hitting bay here or there and a small fitness center, but you’d be wrong. This is a 25,000 sq. ft facility in downtown Manhattan that serves the best of the best (there is currently a waitlist to get in!) If you haven’t seen or heard of Golf & Body NYC, you’re going to have to go check out some pictures online because it is truly a sight to behold.
Bradley is the Director of Sports Medicine & Wellness and serves clients throughout Manhattan, the Hamptons, and the Aspen region. We brought Bradley in to not only talk about the inception of the great facility they have up there, but also some of the cutting edge projects they have coming out that is revolutionizing the lens through which we view golf fitness and training.
Bradley Borne’s Background
- As Director of Wellness, Bradley Borne, D.C., is at the hub of all performance, training, and healing services at Golf & Body NYC. Focusing on the needs of members, Borne brings together the club’s many health disciplines while evaluating and adding new services.
- Among those presently available are chiropractic, physical therapy, nutrition, yoga, massage, Fascial Stretch Therapy, and Muscle Activation Technique, all given in concert with the member’s personalized golf instruction program.
- Bradley received his chiropractic degree from Northwestern Health Sciences in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He specializes in soft tissue techniques, rehabilitation, and corrective exercises. He is certified in Golf Performance through Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) and has worked with one of the top golf performance specialists in the world. Dr. Borne is certified in FMS, SFMA, and Graston Technique and is Neurac Certified through the Neural Institute.
- Borne started and oversees the “Return to Golf” program at Golf & Body NYC, a unique program that incorporates golf-specific personal training and golf instruction with sports medicine. Many of the top sports medicine doctors in the city send their patients to Golf & Body NYC for this program.
- Before joining Golf & Body NYC, Dr. Borne was working in golf performance and sports medicine at The Roaring Fork Club and Aspen Sports Medicine in Aspen, Colorado.
Highlights from this Episode
- Bradley starts with his background, what led him to Golf & Body NYC, the background of the facility, and why he attests to this “oasis of Manhattan” and the innovations they are utilizing.
- What their “Return to Golf” Program looked like. How it was a program for non-members and how it required the multi-discipline team approach from the wellness team, the therapist, the fitness heads, the swing instructors, etc. and exemplified what they do best.
- What he has learned through servicing their clients on how they have seen success with the clientele they deal with.
- Their innovations and research developments that are paving the way into golf strength and understanding golf physiology, such as their new data-analytics model for injury prevention ForeMovement and their new Golf Wellness Collective website that will introduce the team mentality to excelling in a solitary game.
- Some of the biggest questions that their top-end clientele come to him with and how he bridges the gap to be one of the most well-rounded golf leaders in the golf wellness world for his clients.
Caddy Shack or Happy Gilmore?
What would your walk-up song to the first teebox be?
Mo’ Money Mo’ Problems by Notorious B.I.G
18 Holes anywhere in the world with anyone, past or present: Where would it be and who would you play?
My twin brother and my uncle at Bethpage Black Course
Last piece of advice for the 18Strong Audience?
The people that are most successful in this realm have a team. They have a support system to grow and not try to grow and learn in a vacuum.
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