For those of you who are golfers and are interested in the newer developments in the Strength & Conditioning Field to help improve golf performance and reduce injury risk, this is a great resource for you. Take a look at the recent clip with Mike Boyle
as well some of the basic tips they list regarding Mobility, Flexibility, Strength and Power
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If you are interested and looking for a training program that addresses these components, Prevail Conditioning offers a Golf Performance Enhancement
training program (GPET)
which can be done One-on-One or in a Group/Class training environment. Feel free to contact us with inquiries.
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Here is the link to the first article post on CBN.com. Take a look at forward it on.
This one still bugging you? Not sure what to do with it? I know the feeling. It seems that where I live, the new Food Mantra is much the same as the old lifting mantra from Gold’s Gym back in the day: Go Organic or Go Home! It appears to be one of those issues that keeps circling around until you don’t know which end is up and eventually lose perspective on the entire issue.
In a recent newsletter published by a colleague of mine, Jill Daniels, MS, RD, she addressed the question that most are still asking: does organic food consumption matter, and if so…when?
I agreed with and enjoyed her perspective on the issue saying, in essence, if your budget can afford it you should consider it for your long term health and performance benefit.
Jill referenced a post from the Environmental Working Group which shows a spectrum of food to help prioritize choices for organic purchases. Check the list below for the top of the “contaminated” list or visit the website for a more complete list.
Produce to buy organic, since its most commonly contaminated:
Sweet Bell Peppers