Blog

20
Nov

Three Exercises to Add Distance to Your Golf Game

Posted by | · · · · · · · · · · | Golf Performance and Fitness Training · Workouts | No Comments on Three Exercises to Add Distance to Your Golf Game

Three Exercises to Add Distance to Your Golf Game Golf has evolved over the years. Watch coverage on television and you’ll soon realize just how much the game has changed. Success is contingent on the player’s power, speed, and accuracy. As the players gain more power and the courses become more challenging, many are left […]

Read More
06
Nov

Why Soreness Isn’t Always a Sign of a Great Workout

Posted by | No Tags | Uncategorized | No Comments on Why Soreness Isn’t Always a Sign of a Great Workout

Why Soreness Isn’t Always a Sign of a Great Workout How many times have you heard or uttered yourself, “That was an incredible workout!  I couldn’t walk for days.”  We’ve all been there.   For years, athletes and lifters believed muscle soreness was an indicator of a successful workout.  More recent studies, however, reveal just […]

Read More
04
Nov

You foam rolled…now what? Implications of fascia in training (Part 1)

Posted by | No Tags | Uncategorized | No Comments on You foam rolled…now what? Implications of fascia in training (Part 1)

You foam rolled…now what? Implications of fascia in training Part 1 Okay so everywhere you look- the internet, social media, and hopefully our previous article, are reasons why you should use a foam roller. Is that the end to this fascia thing? I just rolled around on the ground which hurts and I’m supposed to […]

Read More