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Side Lying Lateral Raise

Shoulders are always a tricky one. Not just for golf, but also for general fitness. They are a finicky joint, and one that many of us have issues with. One major issue is compensation by the traps, or “shrugging” the shoulders when doing shoulder exercises. This leads to poor mechanics and knots in the upper […]

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Face Pull

  I consider this a recovery exercise. It helps move the shoulder blade in planes that not even rows can hit. Think of it as a balancer. With all the upper body work you do, it will help keep shoulders healthy. At the end of movement, think a flex pose like Arnold. 10-15 reps, medium […]

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3 Things to Pack in Your Golf Bag

I get the question a lot: “What should I eat on the course?”   For the purpose of this article, I am assuming we are also not in weight loss mode. I am thinking strictly in terms of performance. I am also going off convenience. A 3 course meal in your bag sounds like something […]

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3 Great Exercises for a Full Body Workout

Side Plank With Band Resistance   For general core strength this is a great one. Especially for golf-this helps get a lot of the spine stabilizers involved and it can also be great for strong shoulders. I use this a lot after we master the side plank. Simply attach a band at a low anchor […]

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  It’s still grilling season! Kabobs are really just stir fry on a stick. They are a great way to get vegetables and protein in, and can be done rather quickly.   Get the wooden disposable kabob sticks, they basically look like a big toothpick. Soak them in water so that they won’t burn on […]

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Do any Supplements Help Your Golf Game?

  Very few supplement products exist specifically tailored for golfers. (see one here: http://www.ezgolfoutings.com/supplies/strong-drive)   StrongDrive has creatine, caffeine, and a few other ingredients along with a catchy name.  Notice the claims: A university study found that golfers increased their drive distance by 14 yards, and got 6% stronger in a bench press. Sounds like […]

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To Ice or Not to Ice?

Article below is worth a read if you have iced injuries before, or have now heard that it is bad for you. As with almost anything, it depends. Just like in statistics, conclusions can be skewed in a way that gives into the reviewers bias. Research showing that icing was “bad” for you was interpreted […]

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Walkout with Hip Wag

This version of the walkout adds in a lateral stretch, where you’ll get a lat or even a hip stretch. The walkout itself is great to teach core stability, shoulder stability, and get a little hamstring stretch. So on the way up and down, be sure to try and NOT move the hips and make […]

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Vacation Eating

If you are heading out on a big trip, there are many reasons to want to eat consistently. Perhaps you are trying to keep up with weight loss, muscle gain, or just want to feel good while away and not get bloated or have digestive issues. We just got back from a trip in Montana, […]

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