The #1 Clubhead Speed Killer

Every golfer has their own warm-up routine when they get to the course. You may get there an hour early and bang a bucket of balls on the range, you may stretch for 5-10 minutes before you head to #1, or you may be the guy screeching into the parking...

The New Era of Minimal Golf | Sam Goulden [#232]

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The Incredible Story of the Triple Track Golf Ball with Ray Barrett [#228]

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[What?Why?How?] Grab your workouts by the medicine balls

Dating back as far as 1000 B.C., athletes have been using medicine balls to increase strength and conditioning, and now they’re making a huge comeback. Do you like movies about gladiators? Ancient drawings depict Persian wrestlers training with sand-filled bladders.  Hippocrates himself is widely credited with popularizing stuffed animal skins...

[What? Why? How?] Are fat grips really that phat?

Fat grips can dramatically change your existing dumbbell and barbell workouts, but do they work? After Years of Cheating on Tough Reps, Fat Grips Are Keeping You Faithful We’ve all been there. You struggle to bring up that last dumbbell curl, and like Lincoln Hawk (Sylvester Stallone’s character in Over...

[What? Why? How?] Sliders

Golfers are using sliders (sometimes called gliders) to increase core strength and improve hip range-of-motion, and having fun doing it. Survey Says…I’m Bored The #3 most popular reason people quit training programs is because the workouts aren’t enjoyable.  Think of sliders as the ranch dressing of exercises – they make...