Alcohol and Leaky Gut Part 2

Alcohol and Leaky Gut Part 2

Well, it’s that time of year in the northern hemisphere when the days get really short and the temperature drops fast.  This means golf, and other outdoor activities, are much less of a possibility than during the summer.  Luckily I live in the pacific Northwest where golf courses are open all year, but it’s not
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November 5, 2014 Golf Workout – Strength and Conditioning

November 5, 2014 Golf Workout – Strength and Conditioning

Beginner Workout 1.) 3 set of 5 reps Back squat **please make sure that the appropriate weight is chosen for you to keep your form tight! Err on the side of lighter.  FOCUS ON FORM!** 2.) 3 sets of 5 reps superset: Bench press & Bent over row (one arm dumbbell) **please make sure that the appropriate
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Preventing Neurodegeneration with Diet Part 3 – Probiotics & Our Gut

Preventing Neurodegeneration with Diet Part 3 – Probiotics & Our Gut

Welcome back to my series on neurodegeneration.  So far in this series I have discussed a number of topics including: general concepts about neurodegeneration and genetics in my introductory post, Frontotemporal Lobar Degeneration, Type 2 Diabetes Related Dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, and considerations for dietary prevention of neurodegeneration related to gluten, sugar, fat, and protein consumption.
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October 29, 2014 Golf Workout – Conditioning and Hypertrophy

October 29, 2014 Golf Workout – Conditioning and Hypertrophy

It’s been a while since I have posted a workout but that doesn’t mean I have stopped training, and you shouldn’t either.  I have been unfortunately busy with school, golf, and life this past summer.  However, no excuses and I am back. It is now my off-season and I will still be ensuring I keep
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Achieving a Flow State in Golf

Achieving a Flow State in Golf

I’M IN THE ZONE!  Ever had that feeling before? I am certain that you have, and it’s called flow.  It happened to me this summer in the first nine holes of a round where I shot my best ever 9 hole score of 1 under par.  But I lost the feeling on the back nine
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Music for Our Health

Music for Our Health

Music, Music, Music Honestly, who doesn’t like music? Nobody! Music is an absolutely universal art used and enjoyed by societies across the world from prehistoric times to this very day.  The uses of music are numerous, including:  A means for expression, communication, creativity, storytelling, teaching, learning, mood regulation, environment creating, social interaction, a community experience,
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Jumping for More Distance

Jumping for More Distance

Ever dream about hitting a 300 yard drive or a 230 yard 4 iron? While it may not be possible for everyone, for most people there are areas that can be improved in order increase the distance of your shots.  One such area is jumping ability…Really? But jumping has nothing to do with the golf
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Osteopathy – An Expert Guest Post

Osteopathy – An Expert Guest Post

This will be my very first guest post since starting the blog well over a year ago….I have officially made it mainstream!  Well, maybe not, but it is just one more step on the way to the top! As you know I am a big supporter of proper mobility, which is a combination of flexibility,
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Golf – A Love Hate Relationship

Golf – A Love Hate Relationship

Anecdote – Why Golf! It’s 5 am and you have just woken up to make yourself a big breakfast that will provide the sustained energy you need to go out and play the best round of golf you can in your tournament today.  You tee off at 8 am with a one hour drive to
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My Cure for Seasonal Allergies

My Cure for Seasonal Allergies

Boy, I have had a busy month! Work, school, and vacations have tied up all mine time and I have been itching to get back to the blog, and finally here I am.  Since the beginning of my spring allergy season I have been meaning to write another seasonally allergy update. Seasonal Allergies – Background
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