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Managed by Jean-Jacques Rivet, biomechanist, osteopath and accomplished athlete, the centre at Terre Blanche, near Nice, combines biomechanics with modern technology to improve golfers of all abilities.

 It enables golfers to improve the performance and understanding of their swing in order to bring their game to the level they desire. Taking into account the body type and personal ability of each golfer, this system analyses posture, mobility, balance and intensity of each movement to adapt and optimise the game.

 The concept is based on more than 10 years' optimising athletic movements on different professional golf tours, as well as in many other sports. A selection of specific programmes is also available at the Spa at Terre Blanche.


Biomecaswing FITme is much more than just a training programme.

Biomecaswing offers services and products which analyse, fit and tailor the unique biomechanical swing profile of every golfer.

Biomecaswing combines scientific knowledge with applied biomechanics and  more than 10 years of experience on professional golf circuits where the concept has been adopted by many of the greatest golfers in the world.

The goal of the Biomecaswing Fitme Concept is a clear and guaranteed improvement of your golf swing.

This unique guarantee is one that only Biomecaswing can give you because the starting point for the Biomecaswing process is to establish a scientifically precise determination of your body's abilities, potential and morphology.

The computer-assisted biomechanical analysis of your swing is correlated with a morphological diagnosis of your skeletal structure, your neuro-motor system and your physical efficiency. This detailed analysis will  pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses. The findings will show you how to make ultimate use of your golf swing. This way you can increase your strengths and learn how to deal with the limits of your physiology.


This concept originally developed for golf is also suitable for any other sport, regardless of the level of the athlete considered.

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