PODCAST EPISODES

158: Cate Ritter: Easy nutrition tips to play a Lean 18

Cate Ritter’s commitment to better health began as a quest for personal improvement but continued as a desire to help others professionally.

Following a successful career as a top junior and collegiate golfer, Cate shifted her focus to nutrition. Her experience working in professional kitchens in the U.S. and abroad, as well as her athletic background and unique perspectives on wellness, have given Cate a variety of tools to help others effectively achieve their goals.

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157: Justin James: The Longest Drive in the World

Today I am very excited to announce our guest, Justin James. Justin is the Long Drive World Champion 2017.In 2015, Justin James hung up his baseball spikes and picked up the driver. After growing up watching his dad, Gerry, compete in long drive, Justin decided to follow in his dad’s footsteps. In his rookie season, he finished T-3 at the 2016 World Long Drive Championship.

In 2015, Justin James hung up his baseball spikes and picked up the driver. After growing up watching his dad, Gerry, compete in long drive, Justin decided to follow in his dad’s footsteps. In his rookie season, he finished T-3 at the 2016 World Long Drive Championship.

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156: Does your “Functional Training” have a Purpose? with Mike Boyle

Today I am very excited to announce our guest, Mike Boyle. Mike is one of the foremost experts in the fields of Strength and Conditioning, Functional Training and general fitness. He currently spends his time lecturing, teaching, training, and writing.

In 1996 Michael co-founded Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning, one of the first for-profit strength and conditioning companies in the world. Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning exists for one reason: to provide performance enhancement training for athletes of all levels. Athletes trained range from junior high school students to All Stars in almost every major professional sport.

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155: Anthony Renna: Lessons from the greatest coaches in the world.

Today I am very excited to announce our guest, Anthony Renna. Anthony has been involved in a lot of training and education programs relating to golf and fitness, almost too many to name! His early success as a trainer at Equinox Fitness Clubs fueled the creation of his own business, Five Iron Fitness.  It eventually led him to open one of the country’s first facilities dedicated to golf fitness in 2008 in White Plains, NY.

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154: Jon Stabler: The 8 Traits of Champion Golfers

Today I am very excited to announce our guest, Jon Stabler. Jon is the co-founder of GolfPsych, which helps golfers using psychology to be happy, healthy and successful in all ways possible. The GolfPsych System is based on over 36 years of Tour research and Tour experience. They have helped almost 400 PGA Tour, Champions Tour, and LPGA Tour Professionals. Using these results and experiences they have refined their system of golf psychology training techniques to get the best results, in the shortest time.They have used these methods to help thousands of golfers, of all ages and abilities, to reach their personal goals. In today’s episode, Jon walks us through all 8 of the Champion Traits! Jon Stabler’s Background Jon is a co-researcher and co-author in the personality study of golfers and the resulting book, “The Eight Traits of Champion Golfers”, He has developed and conducted the GolfPsych group schools and Instructor training programs. Jon has worked with numerous players and college teams including TCU, SMU, A&M and Baylor. Jon invented the patent pending Mind Meter used in GolfPsych schools & programs. It enables GolfPsych clients to quickly learn to manage emotions and attain optimum tension levels for golf. Highlights from this Episode Jon’s background and how he eventually got into the world of mindset and personality as it relates to golf. The importance of the mental side of golf, and how your state of mind and personality can drastically alter the way you play, for better or worse. We look at what champion players have from a personality perspective, that is different from non-champion players. We walk through in detail, each of the 8 traits of personality that determine a champion golfer. The traits have been tested against a lot of players, from a lot of different tours, and they tend to be consistent across the board in terms of what makes a champion golfer. See the 8 Traits Chart below:   Caddy Shack or Happy Gilmore? Caddy Shack Who would you want to spend a day on the course with, and where? Arnold Palmer, Ben Hogan, Jordan Spieth at Pebble Beach Where to find Jon Stabler:  Website: https://www.golfpsych.com The 8

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153: Jerry Haas: From a Family of Golfers to Coaching a Golf Family

Today I am very excited to announce our guest, Jerry Haas. Jerry is a former Wake Forest All-American and is in his 21st season as head coach of his alma mater.

A former PGA tour member, Haas has rebuilt the Wake Forest program back into a perennial contender for ACC and NCAA championships. His Deacons have finished in the top-10 at the NCAA Championships three times since 2001. Under Haas, Wake Forest has been a fixture in the national rankings, including a No. 1 ranking in 2001.

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152: Frank Duffy: Lower Scores with Better Body Control.

Today I am very excited to announce our guest, Frank Duffy. Frank is the Director of Performance at Par Four Performance and the owner of Frank Duffy Fitness. He has assessed and worked with hundreds of individuals from different walks of life. From Major League Baseball pitchers looking to stay healthy throughout their season, to the elderly grandmother just trying to live a pain-free lifestyle, he has been lucky enough to observe and learn from every single client that he’s ever encountered.

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151: Trillium Rose: How to fast track your improvement. . .

Today I am very excited to announce our guest; Trillium Rose. Trillium Rose is a certified teaching professional and Head Director of Instruction at Woodmont Country Club in Rockville, Maryland. An innovator and life-long learner, her knowledge of teacher effectiveness, mechanics and practice training have proven highly successful. She has improved the games of over 1,000 individuals who rely on her cutting-edge expertise, and honest, straight- forward approach.

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150: Matt Unthank: How to build BogeyProof Shoulders.

Today I am very excited to announce our guest; Matt Unthank. Matt is Director of Training and Education at Crossover Symmetry – a medically designed rotator cuff and scapular strengthening system engineered to enhance shoulder health and performance. The programs were developed using the most current research and EMG data to identify the best exercises and techniques to train the scapular stabilizers and rotator cuff.

Crossover Symmetry provides gear to athletes, coaches, and therapists around the world. They are currently used by professional athletes in the MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL and over 75% of major NCAA Division I Universities. Crossover Symmetry is also used a principal training tool among the best CrossFit athletes and gyms in the world.

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149: Michael Manavian: Fueling for Performance

Today I am very excited to announce our guest; Michael Manavian. Commonly known as the Bodybuilding Golf Pro. Michael has dedicated his life to improving performance in many arenas.  Through his aspirations of becoming a professional golfer, Michael has spent over a decade researching and implementing how to best develop champion athletes.

His passion quickly branched out from golf to include coaching champions in bodybuilding, physique competitions, CrossFit, cycling, running, basketball, baseball, lacrosse, and hockey.  By combining his vast knowledge of weight training protocols with individualized nutrition regimens, he is able to elicit the desired biochemical response to produce champions.

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