Every time someone in a social setting finds out that I've worked with PGA golfers, the response is always the same. "I guess you guys do light weights and lots of stretching." It drives me nuts. Here's the truth about how much weight to lift:
Q: Pull-ups have been a weak point for me. Can I swap out my rows and add more pull-ups?
Is your life in balance? As much as many of us struggle to balance work and life, it's easy to see why it's necessary and how failing to achieve balance affects your mind, body, and overall health. Less clear is how to balance your training to get the desired results.
Q: If you had one piece of cable equipment to train with in a very limited amount of space, choosing either Free Motion Cable Cross, the VersaPulley or The Keiser Functional Trainer, which one would it be and why?
On the 70th anniversary of Lou Gehrig's "luckiest man on the face of the earth" speech, Major League Baseball will seek to raise funds and awareness for ALS, a neurological ailment that killed the Yankee slugger in 1941.
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