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3 Foam Roll Exercises for Pre and Post Golf

Soft tissue work has been increasingly emphasized in sport. Most gyms you walk into have a stack of rollers for people to use. While I don’t recommend too much time on the roller, taking 3 to 5 minutes is important for a number of reasons.   It gets you on the ground, moving around. It’s […]

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Reassess your Vegetable Intake

Most of us trying to eat vegetables. Nutrition is a funny field. We don’t actually know a whole lot for sure. The things we know for sure versus “it depends” is quite lopsided in the “it depends” category. That’s not even a diaper joke. Nutrition science isn’t very old, and the fact that every human […]

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Quick Result Golf Circuit

I continue to believe that “golf specific” workouts is a funny term. The only thing golf specific is playing or practicing golf. In the gym, you need to work on general strength, endurance, and power. With mobility and stability work, you just need to remove any restrictions on your body that would block you from […]

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The Importance of Nutrition in Sport

The term “sports nutrition” has always been a funny term to me. Of course, athletes have some different needs than others. However, nutrition has to be a focus for all of us, in the sport of life. We need to perform at our best regardless of the type of task.   https://247sports.com/college/nebraska/Article/The-Nebraska-Huskers-are-making-some-staff-changes-to-the-nutrition-department-and-replace-two-longtime-coaches-118278170   I thought […]

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Pulled Pork, BBQ corn, Baked Potato

Pulled pork: Your favorite bbq sauce 2-4lb pork roast   Put pork in crockpot, slow for 8 hours Cut up onions, and add a half cup of water After 8 hours, take pork out, drain water and onions Use 2 forks to pull apart pork Add in BBQ sauce (less is more, about a cup), […]

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Ramping Isometrics

The concept of ramping isometrics have been around, but I was introduced to more specific protocols by James Wilson of bikejames.com and pedalinginnovations.com. The concept is simple, but brutal to execute. Isometrics mean that you contract muscles but you don’t actually have movement. They are relatively safe because there is no outside force acting upon […]

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When to Take a Break From Training

  Once in a while, when training hard, you need to give the body time to rest up. How do you know when to give it a rest? The answer is a bit art as well as science.   In general, most strength programs do best ramping up to 6 weeks before backing off a […]

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Anti-Rotation Exercise

Golf requires quite a bit of rotation. In fact, the swing can be thought of as force pushing down into the ground that you harness into one big rotation. You see the pros and the swing looks so effortless, yet the swing speed is 115 mph plus.   Many of the common “golf” exercises you […]

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Cold Protein Salads

  It’s summer! Cold protein salads are a great thing to do. Tuna, chicken, and quinoa blends.   Canned Tuna + Mayo (less is more) + celery + onion Canned chicken/leftover chicken/sliced up fresh chicken + Mayo + celery + onion   You can make a sandwich out of it, put it on top of […]

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2 ways Golf Nutrition Blocks Weight Loss

2 Nutritional Strategies on the Golf Course that are Getting in the Way of Pool Season   It’s golf season. It’s pool season. Time for swimsuits to come out of storage (and leopard skin man-kinis). Kidding aside, do you want to perform at your best while playing golf, but also want to improve body composition […]

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