167: Michael Chu | Can you really reprogram a better golf swing?

Twenty-nine-year-old CEO Michael Chu is changing how athletes get better faster. As head of K-MOTION, the pioneer of innovative human motion training solutions, Michael is overseeing K-MOTION product development and figuring out how to impact the greater sports community.

For the last fifteen years, K-MOTION has focused its attention on the golf industry, specifically golf instruction. Today, Michael has encouraged his team to bring in new non-golf partnerships that have pushed the company into broad athletic training, where K-MOTION has become the go-to motion-learning product for coaches and athletes. Michael joins us today to talk about K-MOTION, its benefits to athletes and coaches, as well as some insight into “bio-feedback” and the acute perception needed to elevate your golf game to the next level.

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166: Kris Hart | The Next Generation of Competitive Golf

Kris Hart, Co-founder of “Nextgenfolf”, joins us today to talk both about what his company stands for, and the importance of supporting young talent in the game of golf. Hart played varsity golf at Bryant University his first three years in college, but life got in the way senior year and he wasn’t able to compete on the team.

Three years after graduation, Nextgengolf was founded to help solve some of the fundamental problems with non-varsity collegiate golf. Nextgengolf originated as a Boston-based affordable golf membership program for recreational college students called CollegeGolfPass, which helped make golf more affordable for college students. The company expanded nationwide after merging with The National Collegiate Club Golf Association (NCCGA) in 2013, and in 2014, the Nextgengolf City Tour was developed which provides team-based golfing opportunities for young adults in their 20’s and 30’s near major cities.

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165: Chip Brewer | The New Era of Callaway

Oliver “Chip” Brewer, President and Chief Executive Officer of Callaway Golf Company, is a proven leader in the golf industry where he has held executive positions since 1998.

Brewer assumed his leadership of Callaway Golf on March 5, 2012, arriving with a firm belief in technology-driven products and a track record of increasing market share and shareholder value.

Chip joins us today to chat about everything going on at Callaway Golf and the overall shifts the brand has experienced in the last 5+ years to re-emphasize their mission of creating “pleasingly different, demonstrably superior” products.

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164: Dr. Harry Sese: Taking responsibility for your performance.

Better known as “The Golfing Doc”, Dr. Harry Sese, a chiropractic sports physician and performance coach specializing in injury rehabilitation and prevention, biomechanics and performance conditioning, joins us today to talk about how he approaches working with these professionals, how he approaches working with professionals at all ends of the spectrum regarding where they are in their career, as well as their responsibilities when it comes to keeping their health up to par with their game.

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163: Erik Anders Lang: Adventures in Golf

Erik Anders Lang is a director and filmmaker that accidentally ended up finding the niche of creating content in the golf world, and like so many of us, he has developed a complete passion and enjoyment in the game.

As the director of multiple documentaries/films centering on the human condition and “why we do what we do,” Erik joins us today to talk about his experiences with his SKRATCH production “Adventures in Golf,” (now in it’s second season), how his passion for golf has evolved, and a look into his upcoming film “Be the Ball: The Movie”

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162: Possibly the shortest and most efficient workout ever! (an overview of Interval Training)

Interval Training has become very popular over the last decade or so in the fitness community, and research is showing incredible results when it comes to the efficiency of this type of exercise.  But even with new research and more popularity, I still find that most people think of exercise as a long, drawn-out workout that they just “can’t” squeeze into their busy schedule.

Well, what if you only had to work out for one minute and it was just as effective as a 50-minute workout?

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161: Adam Kolloff: How is your body impacting your golf swing?

Adam Kolloff is the Director of Instruction for the Jim McLean Golf School Liberty, host of the 2017 President’s Cup.  As a PGA Professional, Adam has quite the impressive pedigree in the Pro Golf realm and joins us today in the wake of the President’s Cup to talk about his experience from the week and specific aspects of the golf game that he works on with his clients and overcoming physical limitations.

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160: Spider Miller: Arnie Stories and the Walker Cup

Spider Miller, winner of the 1996 and 1998 Mid-Amateur championships, joins us today in the wake of the 2017 Presidents Cup to talk about the history of team golf events like the Walker Cup, Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup.

As a highly decorated amateur player and Captain of the 2015 and 2017 Walker Cup, Spider shares with us many of the lessons he has learned from the game of golf and what young players we should be looking out for in the very near future. After many years of friendship, Spider also reminisces and shares stories he has of the golf legend, Arnold Palmer.

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159: Will Robins: Better Golf using the Scoring Method

Will Robins is an expert when it comes to helping you drop your score.  His program The Scoring Method has helped hundreds, if not thousands of golfers drop 10 or more strokes off their game in just weeks!

He has an incredible story from being on pace to play professional golf in the United States, only to suffer a great tragedy and be thrust into the world of coaching and teaching golf. Will Robins’ story is one of perseverance and reflection that sheds a new light and respect on both golf and life.

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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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