Golf To End Cancer Lifestyle
Golf To End Cancer is committed to helping our members and golfers across the world learn the many ways G2EC can help improve your life, your health and your golf game by making simple lifestyle choices and changes. From fitness tips to integrating yoga or a healthier diet and more, G2EC will help enhance your lifestyle and game.
Solutions For Healthy Living By Shauna Bryan & Americas 10 City Challenge
Shauna Bryan, MSW provides health and wellness programs for individuals, groups and businesses. With over a decade of experience in mental health and addiction counseling and certifications in lifestyle and corporate health coaching, Shauna knows firsthand how to alter mindsets, habits and personal choices to positively improve health.
Fitness For Golfers
Fitness For Golf is about sharing golf fitness exercises, stretches and workouts to help avid golfers play the best they can play. Fitness For Golf is also about mindset reaching your true potential by playing smart, strategic golf. And Fitness for Golf is about lifestyle making sure you have the right nutrition to finish out rounds as strong as possible while avoiding golfer’s aches and pains that come with golf’s physical exertion as well as the aging body. Fitness for Golf has been specially-designed with golfers in mind. There are specific golf exercises, special golf stretches, and golf workouts targeting specific areas of the body – the muscles in particular that need increased strength and flexibility to improve your game.
Yoga For Golfers
Katherine Roberts Yoga for Golfers is dedicated to helping people maximize their mind-body performance on the course, and off the course in their daily lives. We do this through personal instruction, media products and educational curriculum. At their most basic levels, golf and yoga are the same…intentional, dynamic movement of the body in 3 planes of motion.
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Nutrition For Golfers
Eating the right foods is important for golfers to provide the energy to fuel your body during training and games, and for recovery afterwards. This is particularly important for those training and playing long hours on most days.
Another major nutritional crisis for many golfers is extra body weight. Despite the success of some overweight professional golfers, excess body fat is only a hindrance. Not only does the excess bodyweight add stress to the muscles and bones of the body as you play, the stress on your heart is potentially life threatening. Excess fat around the body can also hinder your golf technique, making it more difficult to produce correct technique, and the fatigue from carrying the extra weight can reduce your training time, affect concentration and add distractions to your game. As you can see, it is advantageous in many ways to lose weight.
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