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F your Juice Cleanse

It’s New Years time. All the diets come out of the woodwork. Facebook and IG are swarmed with people who are now diet experts. You eat carbs, eww!! No no, these shake that I happen to sell are magic. Definitely not a pyramid scheme.  My only New Years resolution is to post more on here […]

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The BS lies of “golf specific fitness”

I think most golf fitness stuff is both an attempt to enhance the sport and it’s players, as well as a marketing ploy for trainers to feel extra important and “niche.” Do we need assessments? Yes. Do we need to do some specific muscle activation, stretching, joint mobility, and breathing work? It depends. The bottom […]

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Keeping it Simple!

A few months ago I had a skirt steak marinated in beer. One of the best cuts of meat I’ve ever had. I decided to try chicken thighs with a little beer. I marinated a pack of chicken thighs in a large bowl with about 3 cups of Guinness, a hefty dumping of chopped garlic, […]

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Can you Workout Daily?

One of the classic gym tales is that you shouldn’t workout multiple days in a row with the same muscle groups. This comes from bodybuilding, where you split muscle groups, hit them hard with lots of volume, and let them recover while you work other parts. For example, chest one day, then the next day […]

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Process Versus Outcome for Fat Loss and Performance

I have the privilege of being around some of the top golf instructors in the country. I always pay attention to what they are doing, because good coaching has carryover to just about anything. The big theme I noticed is focusing on the process. Pre-shot routine, how to aim, grip, SWING. Less thinking, more routine. […]

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Glute and T-Spine Mobility Combo

I’ve been using this combo a lot lately. Especially for golf, it seems to hit everything. In the video I show two ways of doing it. If you feel like you are getting too much in the shoulder and not the upper back, put the hand behind the back as in the second example. You […]

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Taking Time out to do the Little Things

I am training for powerlifting at the moment. Myself and a few clients want to check out what it’s like to go through a meet, so we are preparing now for a meet in the spring. I’m getting my main lifts in, some cardio, and some assistance work. However, I got away from the maintenance […]

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Eating Healthy on The Go

Traveling can be tough, but not impossible to eat relatively well. Make protein and vegetables your priority. I ordered this skillet at Denny’s. It’s about the classiest joint you’ll find between LA and Vegas. Sure, eating out will almost always be higher calorie than a home cooked version. You just need to do the best […]

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Should you take a Multivitamin?

An interesting publication recently came out that had a panel of experts along with cited studies looking at the role of vitamin and mineral (MV) supplementation. Click HERE to read. A quick summary: Eh. For certain populations, like pregnant women or elderly, a multivitamin could ensure an adequate level of certain vitamins or minerals. They […]

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Cross Training for Golf

Golf has certainly evolved in many ways. Look at the pros on top lately: Koepka, Thomas, Rory, Dustin Johnson…… They are all strong, well built, and athletic. To compete at a high level, whether it be pro or your weekend municipal course, being an athlete before a golfer will help your game. This means doing […]

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