DeChambeau wants to become 'like a gymnast' through rigorous workouts
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Bulking season never ends for Bryson DeChambeau.

The five-time PGA Tour winner spent much of the offseason in the gym, and he plans to reach his goal of 230 pounds and return for the 2019-20 campaign looking like a "different person."

Even with a substantial increase from 195 pounds to his new weight of 222, DeChambeau is far from done.

"I'm going to become like a gymnast. I watch online, on Instagram, these gymnast influencers, and that's where I want to get," DeChambeau said, according to Golf.com's Dylan Dethier.

"I think now, with this knowledge and understanding, the sky is the limit," he added. "I'm going to become massive."

DeChambeau has been utilizing the Muscle Activation Technique that Greg Roskopf pioneered to help golfers eliminate instabilities in their swing. He's been focusing on a "lot of core" and is already seeing results.

"I hit it 365 yesterday on 15," he said while at this week's Hero World Challenge. "I flew it 340 - 184 ball speed."

While it's unknown if wind aided the drive he's boasting about, the 26-year-old averaged 313 yards off the tee last season, with an average ball speed of 175.40 mph. Cameron Champ's average ball speed of 190.70 mph led the Tour.

DeChambeau has been documenting a lot of his workouts on Instagram.

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