I will cut right to it, I hate mountain climbers. Always have, always will. I feel like they were solely created by some evil trainer many moons ago who wanted to have another method to torture their clients with just in case wall sits and burpees weren't getting the job done. So suddenly they became … Continue reading A different way to climb
Here's one of my favorite finishing exercises to do before I play or practice. Reverse Lunge to Rotation! Keys to Remember: Focus on your foot and feeling the ground beneath you When dropping back into the lunge position, tuck your pelvis under. This will help engage the glutes and core, as well as provide an … Continue reading Warm Up Wednesday!
Today was my first day back on the course since August! One of the longest breaks I have ever taken from golf, but one that was necessary. I will get into more of what I have been doing for my game in the interim down the road, but one that I wanted to share with … Continue reading Back at it!
The cure to a 6 hour flight the day after lifting heavy, some GOLFLETICA Flow in 80 degree weather! I'm happy to be thawing out Hawaiian style the next two weeks while I, in the words of the great Jason Glass, "sharpen the blade". There will be a lot of deep breaths, meditation, golf and … Continue reading Aloha!
There was a time in my life where every time I worked out I felt there had to be bells and whistles in order for it to accomplish something. Yes, I was that ridiculous person standing on a swiss ball doing squats. Someone somewhere probably has cell phone videos of me falling off! When it … Continue reading Keeping it Simple
Happy New Year! I read a great quote today that hit home for me and also felt like a good mantra for this new year. "There is no elevator to success, you must take the stairs" On a day where so many people decide to make drastic lifestyle changes and resolve to finally workout, lose … Continue reading Always Choose the Stairs
Hello all! In 2017 I've decided to embark on writing again. I had a love affair with writing when I was younger, I was even editor of my high school newspaper. Each day was like being in the movie All The Presidents Men, searching the school for the latest lunchroom scandal and reporting the breaking … Continue reading