“Yeah, yeah Jeff. I get it. Hyper-Elasticity is the new “secret” to distance – now can we talk about something else?”.
Well, today’s email is like one of those Russian dolls. There’s something inside the big thing. Something inside the smaller thing. Something inside the even smaller thing.
Of course, that makes sense, right:)
We call ‘em micro trainings, where all your energy is focused on ONE specific program over the course of 7, 14 or 21-ish days.
The focus could be distance, hip mobility, back mobility, injury-prevention…or, whatever your fitness need.
Now, in a perfect world, you will add micro-trainings to your overall strength training regimen. But, I also understand that you may be in a position where micro trainings are all you can currently handle.
And that’s great.
What’s not great, is joining a program. Doing it for a few days. Then, moving on to the next shiny object.
I’m not sure where I first heard this, but “Saying you’re going to do the thing is NOT doing the thing.”
And I’m just as guilty as anyone…
I read more self-development books than most people I know (maybe everyone I know).
In fact, a few weeks ago, I finished a great one called 10X Is Easier Than 2X. I love the concept so much that I sent a copy to Ryan – the other half of 18STRONG.
He read it (which he doesn’t always do:). And we’ve been putting a plan in place to grow the bejesus bells out of 18STRONG so we can help more golfers and more golfers and more golfers.
THAT is doing the thing.
Now, for every 10X Is Easier Than 2X, there are 10 other books with great ideas I never implemented, because somewhere in my brain, I had told myself that finishing the book was doing the thing.
THAT is NOT doing the thing.
Now, if you want to do the thing.
And if distance is the thing.
Focus on Hyper-Elastic Distance for the next 14-day window and watch the magic unfold.
Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’ve got 10X more golfers to help:)
Your #1 Fan,
PS – We’re giving away the Golfer’s Warm-Up Blueprint as a free gift to celebrate the launch of Hyper-Elastic Distance, which actually costs more…not sure if that is fiscally responsible, but it sure is fun.