Off-season physical preparation for golf


It is likely that you have already teed it up for the final time this year and are looking forward to your winter getaway and golfing next spring.

You might even be thinking about hitting up the local golf dome to keep your swing sharp.

Let’s take a quick look at what we can do over the next 4-6 months to ensure that we play our best golf next season.

One of the most common mistakes I see from golfers is the lack of clarity in their training. Save the circus acts for YouTube and improve yourself in these 3 areas:

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Script the first 20 min to win the day


Today is Thanksgiving day in the US and that can only mean one thing. Starting at 12:30pm and maybe even earlier for some, football fans across the country will plop themselves down on a couch and enjoy a day of family, food and football!

I love me some football!

Now you might be wondering what this all has to do with your health and performance so let’s get to the point.

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How the All-Blacks can help you improve your health and performance


Last weekend was the Rugby World Cup Finals with the All-Blacks taking on the Australian squad.

The iconic team from New Zealand has a win percentage over 75% in the last 100 years and has won back to back championships.

There is even a book written by author James Kerr on their Legacy.

Now you might not be a rugby fan but there is a few things we can all learn from their dominance that will improve your own health and performance. I’ve followed up the lessons with a concrete action plan to implement in our own lives. Remember execution outweighs knowledge!

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Is the energy you consume affecting your health and performance?


Energy is not much different than our nutrition or training, in that what you put in to yourself will reflect in how you go about your day.

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Are you sabotaging your own nutrition plan?


This week we have a great post on the effects of distracted eating.
We are one week away from our seminar with special guest speaker, Dr. Marc Bubbs. There is so much information on nutrition out there right now and Dr. Bubbs will be helping us navigate through it all for optimal health and performance.
Seats are limited so don’t forget to reserve you spot here.

Optimize your health & performance with Dr. Marc Bubbs


You’ve heard us talk about the importance of proper nutrition and supplementation for optimal health and performance.

Today we’re going to bring in the expert: Dr. Marc Bubbs.

Dr. Bubbs is a board-certified Naturopathic Doctor, Strength Coach, Author, Speaker, Blogger and Sports Nutrition Lead for the Canadian Men’s National Basketball Team.

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Make the most of your High Intensity Interval Training


Revving up our metabolism is key to achieving our fat loss goals and a pillar of our training programs.

To make sure we can get the most out of our metabolic work here are 3 essential tips

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The only shot that matters is the next one!


Your goal might be to get out of pain, lose 20 pounds or maybe even to improve your performance in a sport or activity.

This becomes the thing we obsess about. It is all we think about. It is the only measurement that matters to us at the end of the day.

But what if instead of focusing on your goal to lose 20 pounds, you put all your effort into the next meal, the next workout, the next set, even the next rep.

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Avoid Exercise ADD for the best results!


In today’s world of constant innovation it is so easy to be distracted by the next new shiny toy, that cool new exercise you saw on a YouTube video or some workout DVD.

Innovation is great, but beware of exercise ADD. The symptoms involve jumping around from program to program, experiencing a lack of results and ending up right back at square one.

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Everything is Stress!


When we train we place a stress on the body and ask for it to adapt.

When we learn something new we stress our brain with the new knowledge and ask for it to adapt.

The process of stress and adaptation is a vital cycle to our lives. It is also the key to achieving our health and performance goals.

Now, to fully take advantage of this process we must be able to manage the stressors in our lives.

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