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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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Stretching

  Stretching is a controversial practice. There are those in the industry who recommend against it, and those who believe it’s a large part of a program. To me, the smart money is on keeping a stretching routine. However, it should be stretches that have a reason for doing them. We now know that most […]

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Stability in Your Swing

Golf is a single leg sport. I know, it doesn’t appear that way unless you REALLY have a contrarian swing. However, think about how much weight shift you are doing when hitting a shot. Both the trail and lead leg has to be stable through the swing motion. By stability, I mean the ability to […]

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Simple, yet Satisfying

Save time and effort when you can use the same ingredients for two meals!   Deli ham, turkey, pepperoni, cheese of choice Veggies! Salad stuff like lettuce, arugula, spinach, shredded carrots, onion, garlic, radish, green onion, peppers…   Chef Salad and Pizza!   Use all the veggies and proteins to make a chef salad. You […]

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Diets are like Budgets…

Financial expert David Bach has a large following, due in part to his no nonsense, time tested ways of looking at building wealth. He argues the following:   His “Latte Factor” is a metaphor for little things that you spend during the day that add up and get in the way of long term savings. […]

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Swing Changes and The Need for a Pitch Count

Golf season is upon us. We are all anxious to tweak our swing and practice at the range. I want to touch on a theme I’ve been seeing and steer you clear of any future aches or pains.   When you change your body (more mobility, strength, or stability) and you tweak your swing to […]

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Vacation Weight Isn’t a Bad Thing

You start a nutrition and exercise program. Everything is going great. Weight is down, strength is up, and you feel good in a routine. A vacation or work trip comes up. You come back up a few pounds, didn’t get a workout in, and feel down on yourself. Sound familiar? I see this all the […]

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