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The Purpose of the Scapula

It’s the top of the 9th inning with the bases loaded. The final pitch will determine the winner. The pitcher steps back, does the wind up, and then released the…

Mind Your Spine

ERGONOMICS IN THE TECHNOLOGICAL AGE Health in the workplace needs to change How many hours do you think you sit, stand or kneel at work? Now think about how many…

Abdominals – Deep six

Judging by the growing number of TV commercials and infomercials that guarantee you an incredible abdominal in just 8 weeks; it is evident that American’s obsess over their midsection. The…

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Anything under 6.5 hours of sleep lead to sleep deprivation and eventually chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), otherwise known as myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME), is a long-term illness that deeply impacts numerous…

Fall Golf is Now – Are You Ready?

TITLEIST PERFORMANCE LEVEL 2 – STRENGTH, BALANCE, AND STABILIZATION Like DeChambeau, Coach Conner favors isolation exercises that train muscles individually. Conner feels by using and training each individual muscle you…

Golf – Keeping Your Mental Focus

Staying on task can be difficult, but it can be particularly challenging when you are surrounded by constant distraction, especially in the game of golf. The ability to concentrate on…

Hormones and Hunger

Ghrelin hormone makes you hungry – Ghrelin is a hormone produced by cells in the lining of your stomach when it’s empty. Ghrelin directly stimulates your appetite center in the…

Change Your Set Point and Manage Your Weight

Change the composition of your diet.  If your diet currently includes a lot of sweets or refined carbohydrates (things like white bread, cereal, pasta, and pastry), consider cutting way back…

The Theory of Set Point

Weight Management What is set point? A set point is a theory that states everyone’s body has a genetically determined range of weight and temperature that their body will try to…

Mental Muscle

When you adopt fitness as a lifestyle, you quickly realize there is a never-ending learning process and a never-ending process of improving and correcting movement patterns. The human brain is…