Biomechanical analysis allows us to build a complete picture of the way your body functions. This is a unique service not typically offered in other personal training environments and is particularly useful for sports-specific training, whether you're an aspiring marathon runner, an avid cyclist or a golf fanatic.

Using a series of movement-based exercises, we assess your technique and posture, including soft tissue and movement patterns, to build a specific profile of your body. This allows us to develop a treatment and training regime completely tailored to your needs.

Our comprehensive analysis takes place in several stages:

Stage 1: Static or Standing Analysis

Assesses the basic structure and alignment of your muscles, joints and body as a whole.

Stage 2: Soft Tissue Analysis

Analyses the pressure on your ligaments, tendons and connective tissues.

Stage 3: Integrated Foot Scan Technology

Examines the effect that pressure on your feet has on your body.

Stage 4: Body in Motion Analysis

Creates a video-based assessment of the body in motion, taking into account Stages 1-3.

Our biomechanics programme is designed to make you stronger, improve your performance, correct any mobility issues you may have and reduce your risk of injury.



A full range of personal training and physiotherapy services are available at all Matt Roberts London clubs. You can find out more about our services in Mayfair, Kensington & Chelsea and City clubs and their locations on the map below.

Matt Roberts


020 7491 9989

Kensington & Chelsea

020 7581 9199


020 7626 0888

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