May 21, 2019

Interview with Mike Gorski RD CPT of MG Fit Life

Interview with Mike Gorski RD CPT of MG Fit Life Today is the first in a series of interviews I will be doing with professionals in […]
May 1, 2019

Changing the Narrative

I wanted to share a little bit about how the pelvis works with the golf swing and the importance of having the mobility and control needed to make those movements
April 30, 2019

Eating Well

Eating Well Today we are gonna talk about number 7 of EPTI’s 7 simple ways you can improve your golf game: Eat Well The food we put […]
April 30, 2019


Intent Let’s talk about intent. Most golfers understand what that means on the course. Every shot has an intent to it. What is the shot shape, […]
April 27, 2019

Training for Speed and Power

Do you want to hit the ball farther? The average elite golfer age 17-30 swings the golf club at 113 mph. The length of time it […]
June 1, 2018

Top 7 Ways To Improve Your Golf Game This Summer

When it comes to improving our golf game, no expensive clubs, training, or innovative new ball seems too extravagant. But sometimes we get so caught up […]
April 12, 2018

Simple Steps to Better Health

Nutrition and Sleep are two very important aspects of being a healthy and fit individual, recovering from pain, injury or surgery or even improved athletic performance. Today I want to share some easy to implement tips to help improve your sleep hygiene and nutritional habits
April 12, 2018

Knocking the Rust off!!

Although we down here in south Louisiana don't generally get a long winter between the cold and the rain being able to get out and pay golf in the last few months has been a challenge. Regardless, now that things are drying and warming up it is a good time to get your body and game in order for the golf season.
January 14, 2018

Why are we afraid to load the spine?

This post is sparked from some recent articles I have read touting one of the benefits of single leg exercises being that you can strengthen the LE’s while minimizing load on the spine. I think single leg exercises are great and should be included, to some degree, in all athlete’s training programs. Where I have an issue is with this fear of loading the spine and treating loading the spine as a bad thing.
December 31, 2017

My Personal Golf Fitness Case Study

I don’t generally make New Year’s Resolutions but this year I have decided to perform a case study on myself. I recently fell off the wagon if you will with my training, my eating habits and my golf practice. This fall from the wagon was started by the birth of my son in August and continued on with a minor surgical procedure and a bout of low back pain both taking me out of activity a couple of weeks each at the end of the year. I finished it all off with the holidays enjoying way too much food and drink. Therefore it has been about a month since I have been under the bar and have only played on average once a month since August. I tell you all of this because it is important to remember that his happens to everyone even those of us that are in the profession of health and fitness.