This isn't a study...just notes of an observation.The research and compilation of data is still a study.
Not an editorial as you stated.
You're a full time golfer, right?
What sort of work did you do?
A person can have a perfectly normal BMI or be in the normal range on a scale but still be unhealthy. Normal weight obesity is a real thing and a person can have all the same negative pathologies but look perfectly healthy, mostly when clothed.Is that really what Von Meister is promoting????
The BMI scale differentiates between overweight and obese. Is obese healthy? I have seen overweight people finishing marathons, but never seen an obese person finishing. Although I'm finishing around 3:30-4:00. I don't wait around to see who's finishing after 6 hours....
grossWhat you got against body-positivity in surfing:
I bet she rips.
(They should have done an article on Jimbo)
I finally tried golf with a neighbor and found it fun. The problem - as I see it - is staying proficient on your drive when you don't golf often. How do you teach yourself and practice perfectly or correct your own form?This isn't a study...just notes of an observation.
No, I'm a recreational golfer
I still have clients today that are more like friends. I train at my house when they are in CA and visit them regularly to touch base and get their training organized when they are home during the off season. A couple are professional golfers which is why I was in London for the LIV event, as was my former partner. Stay tuned because we're putting something formal together and it's going to be pretty cool and if you pay attention to golf a game changer for some golfers.
I have a swing coach. Other than that YouTube videos and videoing yourself to see what you look like.I finally tried golf with a neighbor and found it fun. The problem - as I see it - is staying proficient on your drive when you don't golf often. How do you teach yourself and practice perfectly or correct your own form?
There's this fear of injuring the back that is still pervasive even though it's been debunked in study after study. It's old news that docs don't, or really shouldn't use anymore. This is where peoples fear of strength training comes from. Think about it.....people are convinced that the back is a body part they should avoid using. What does this lead to? Weakness. It certainly hasn't led to a reduction in back pain, which only grows every year.You could mitigate injury risk by adjusting your load.
But I get it: you don't want do squats.
That is your prerogative.