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Superstar Athlete Shares His Secret To Success

At only 26 years old, Bryson Dechambeau is one of the world’s youngest international golf champions. He is a 7-time PGA Tour winner, the 2020 U.S. Open Champion, and he is only the fifth player in history to win the NCAA Dl Championship and the U.S. Amateur in the same year. But achieving that level of success took a toll on his body.

In his early years Bryson suffered from back pain that limited his performance and his recovery. About 5 years ago, Bryson was introduced to Muscle Activation Techniques (MAT) and as he puts it, it was a “game changer.”

Bryson quickly realized that through the MAT process, he could play and practice much more often and much more intensely without pain. Once achieving this goal, he then set his sights on a much bigger goal- to be the longest driver on the PGA Tour.

Bryson shared this goal with his guru Greg Roskopf (the developer of MAT) and they made a plan to help Bryson get really really strong, stay flexible, and ensure fast recovery from intense practice sessions.

Well..it worked. Bryson put on 50 pounds of muscle, gained tons of strength and beat Tiger Woods’ driving distance record by a whopping 9 yards!

Here’s an article and video from GQ Magazine about Bryson’s transformation.

Click here to see it- How Bryson Broke Tiger Woods’ Record

Many people that have heard of this transformation have asked the question “how does MAT allow someone to do something like this?” Knowing this, Bryson put together an interview with Greg Roskopf and it was just posted yesterday. It seems to have gone viral because it already has over 40,000 views.

In the interview Greg explains in greater detail how the MAT process works, how it can make pain diminish, how it helps recovery, and how it was developed. He also talks about his new book that gives people a step by step process they can follow at home to help get their muscles more activated.

Even if you’re not a golfer, I think you’ll get something out of it. I first met Greg in 2005 and I’ve been certified in MAT since 2006. Like Bryson, I can tell you first hand that it most definitely is a game changer.

Check it out by clicking here- Bryson’s Secret Weapon



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