ARTICLES

Knowledge bombs.  Here are some articles to help build your knowledge base on important topics in the golf, therapy and fitness worlds.  We are all lifelong learners, get involved in the process.

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” – Ben Franklin

Give Your Brain A Rest

From the moment you wake up until the time you go to bed your brain is inundated with information, choices, and stimuli. More often than not, all of those choices, constant checking of your phone and email manifests itself as anxiety. Giving your brain a rest has...

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My Experience With Intermittent Fasting

If you’re a reader of health and fitness trends it’s likely you’ve come across the term intermittent fasting (IF). I distinctly remember being told as a kid “if you skip meals, your body goes into ‘starvation mode’ and it’s actually harder for you to lose weight.” I...

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Want to Live Forever? Bike to Work

Obviously, you can’t live forever, but a study published yesterday in the British Medical Journal has taken the Internet by storm. If you don’t want to read the full study, you can read an abridged version here. The study followed and tracked the health...

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Breakfast: To Skip Or Not To Skip?

I have been alive for 31 years and in that time I’ve been taught things about nutrition for about 21 years. Here is a list of things I remember being told either in school, the news, reading in a book, or hearing from a friend or family member about nutrition: Fat is...

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How Well Do You Move Your Body?

Do you remember middle school fitness tests? Maybe they gave you anxiety (if you’re like me) or maybe it was your time to shine. Think specifically about pull-ups. How many could you do? Do you remember how easy it was to hammer out 5, 10, maybe even 20? What happened...

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Pearls

During conversation at a recent Milwaukee Bucks game my friend said something that led me to write this post. “My 70 year old co-worker told me his secret to moving well – never push off the arm rests when getting out of a chair” This seems like such...

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Tempo and Balance of your Swing

By: Andy Fish, PGA Tempo and balance are two of the most important fundamentals in your golf swing. We often talk about them, but we don’t give them the time and focus they deserve. If you are in search of a consistent and repeatable swing, you need to practice your...

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Sitting is the new smoking

“Sitting is the new Smoking” – we’ve all (hopefully) heard this recently.  This has a lot of merit, the amount of time you spend sitting says a lot about your overall fitness.  We’re made to move.  Think of this, for many Americans, a...

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Five ways to improve your golf game this Winter

Winter can put a hold on your golf game, but it doesn’t have to. These are a few approaches that have helped me to get through a long winter and prepare my golf game for spring. 1. Set Goals Do you want to break 80? Or do you want to be more consistent off the tee?...

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What Does a TPI screen consist of ?

Watch TPI co-founders Greg Rose and Dave Phillips take a client through a TPI body-swing connection screen.  You will experience the same screen on your initial assessment with Nate/Scott and Andy to determine your path to play your best golf ever. Don’t guess,...

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What seems to be the Problem?

Imagine running a half marathon, you’re just over the halfway point and out of nowhere a pain shoots from your lower back down to your hamstring. You can barely walk, let alone run another step. It doesn’t make any sense, you’ve been slowly training for months, what...

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I think my golf swing is broken…?!?

Think about the best golf shot you ever hit. Chances are you can remember every detail and how every part of your swing felt. But that’s all gone now. Your swing used to be a work of art, like Ernie Els, now it more closely resembles Charles Barkley. So what happened?...

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