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Leaving the house with a healthy meal under your belt, doesn’t mean your work is done. A day on the course requires that you keep your body fueled and your mind sharp for the long haul. Too often golfers think of snacks as something they throw in their bag or grab at the turn. Unfortunately, many snack choices are processed foods high in sugar and or refined carbs, such as pretzels, crackers, co... »
One of the biggest concerns I hear from people is improving flexibility. Below are a few quick tips to improve your flexibility. It is important to keep your hamstrings, hips and low back flexible to play your best golf. Hamstring flexibility will assist in maintaining a controlled knee flexion in an uneven lie. Hip mobility helps you internally and externally rotate the hips for more consistency.... »
PHOENIX — Once Bob Melvin wraps up his media session each morning, the A’s manager joins his players on the field for their daily yoga session. It’s a new trend in A’s camp this year, one that provides significant benefits in terms of breathing, flexibility and injury prevention. Read the entire article featuring Katherine Roberts on MLB.com »
I have yet to meet a golfer who is satisfied with their distance off the tee. I include myself in this category. The major muscled groups of the body that contribute to power are your glutes. Before we begin to strengthen the glutes we need to have proper flexibility in the hips. In addition to distance mobility in the hips supports a consistent rotation of the hips, potentially effecting sway and... »