Month: December 2016

Walk into any big-box gym in America and it won’t take long to spot someone doing either the bench press or arm curls. They are the poster exercises for strength training from Gold’s Gym in Venice, Calif., to Bev Francis’ Powerhouse Gym on Long Island in New York. You’ll get no argument from any conditioning
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Walk into any big-box gym in America and it won’t take long to spot someone doing either the bench press or arm curls. They are the poster exercises for strength training from Gold’s Gym in Venice, Calif., to Bev Francis’ Powerhouse Gym on Long Island in New York. You’ll get no argument from any conditioning
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The majority of gym goers exercise almost exclusively in the sagittal plane. Things like squats, rows, hammer curls, and deadlifts all are performed in the same plane, and they are good exercises for overall strength and stability. However, the golf swing is performed in multiple planes of motion. The body rotates (transverse plane), shifts (frontal
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The majority of gym goers exercise almost exclusively in the sagittal plane. Things like squats, rows, hammer curls, and deadlifts all are performed in the same plane, and they are good exercises for overall strength and stability. However, the golf swing is performed in multiple planes of motion. The body rotates (transverse plane), shifts (frontal
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“Don’t count that!” You know that commercial where the C-level exec playing golf wants a mulligan on every shot? Nice as it would be to hit lots of (foot) wedges this winter, the sad reality is that shorter days and colder temperatures severely limit playing time for many of us. The “don’t count that” mentality
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“Don’t count that!” You know that commercial where the C-level exec playing golf wants a mulligan on every shot? Nice as it would be to hit lots of (foot) wedges this winter, the sad reality is that shorter days and colder temperatures severely limit playing time for many of us. The “don’t count that” mentality
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