Beware of the infomercial

Back when P90X was the greatest thing since sliced bread, I was still trying to figure out the best way for my clients and me to train, so I gave it a whirl.

If you had ever seen the commercial late at night while lying on your couch with potato chip crumbs on your chest, it was hard to argue with the results.

The before and after pics are amazing.

The testimonials are inspiring.

The price is a no-brainer deal.

The risk for injury was through the roof.

And I’m not saying that you can’t lose a ton of weight in 90 days on the program.

Really, any intense program you have to do 6 days per week for 3 months is going to drop lbs unless you’re eating terrible.

But beware of these programs b/c I consistently get injury stories.

I don’t want to pick on P90X, but the excessive pull-ups jacked-up my elbow for well over a year.

Not great for a golfer.

It was kinda like golfer’s elbow that I couldn’t shake.

On another similar program, our co-founder Ryan pulled the bejesus out of his calf that took 8 weeks.

On yet another program he did, he screwed up his shoulder for almost a year b/c a number of the movements were Olympic weightlifting moves.

He’s not an Olympic weightlifter.

I’m guessing you’re not either.

Those programs you see on the boob tube at midnight are great if you want to sell a bunch of DVDs.

You’ll see results on the scale relatively quickly.

You’ll stick to it for a while.

You’ll quit.

Then they sell you the next “miracle” workout.

It’s actually a really great business model if you don’t give a s*** about your customers.

What is in the way of you playing your best golf is very simple:





When you are firing on all cylinders with those four components, the rest falls into place.

Your body does what you want it to do.

You can adjust to any shot on the course (no two shots are ever the same).

If you take lessons, your body can do what your instructor is telling you to do.

It’s a perfect storm of awesomeness.

If you’re looking for a program that is built for you to achieve your perfect storm…

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Jeff Pelizzaro