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What You Eat Can Dramatically
Improve Your Golf Game.
Mike Pedersen, CPT
Do you lose energy on the back
nine? Have you gained a few pounds? Do you want to know the right way to
eat to get the most out of your game? The food you consume is the answer.
Very few golfers realize the connection between healthy
eating and a better golf game. Most golfers don't even know that their
nutritional habits affect their performance. If you expect to play your
best, what you eat or don't eat is crucial. Food is fuel for your
body, and just as a high performance car needs "premium" octane fuel, so
does your body. Like many golfers, you may wonder about the standard
recommendations for proper golf nutrition: "What are the best foods to
eat on the course?" "What should I eat for breakfast the morning I play golf?"
"How do I eat to lose weight?" "How much water should I drink during play?"
There are many myths proliferating about what to eat
for optimal golf performance. Another crucial area of nutrition is
hydration. How much water should you be drinking on the course? How
about during a workout? This is vital information since water plays a huge role
in helping you play your best golf. Don't take it lightly.
| GOLF TIP: Knowing What to Eat Before Your Golf Game
to Maintain Energy is One Key to a Great Golf Game
don't even think twice what to eat before running out the door with no fuel in
body for optimal golf performance. I can guarantee you that most
successful golf athletes know exactly what to eat before their game. Do
you want to know? Make sure you eat some sort of complex carbohydrate.
Now what's that? That is the immediate energy source in your muscles
that will help you maintain your energy for longer periods of time. A complex
carbohydrate is something like a bowl of oatmeal, high fiber cereal, whole
grains and even brown rice (if it's lunch-time before you play).
The golf tip
I've given (above) about what to eat before a golf game is just one of the many
results-producing strategies compiled into one revolutionary golf
fitness program that I personally designed for golfers, and which I've
trademarked Golf Trainer Power Performance Program.
The program has helped thousands of golfers dramatically alter and
enhance their performance on the course by improving their eating habits
and overall fitness -- at a cost of only 26 cents a day.
Members of my
Power Performance Program quickly and easily learn what they
need to eat to improve their golf, to give them more energy and
to lose body fat.
Imagine stepping up to that first tee and your
playing partners haven't seen you for a while. You're now a leaner, more
energetic golfer. They won't know what to think -- other than you'll
probably take their money!
Everybody knows that nutrition
without strength, flexibility and cardiovascular fitness will not
allow a golfer to play to his full potential. The Golf Trainer Power
Performance Program incorporates all components to help
achieve optimal performance in golf.
Bottom line is, golfers that have
taken the nutritional and fitness strategies I developed for the Power
Performance Program have been able to accomplish in weeks what
normally takes other golfers months -- or even years -- to accomplish.
Golf-Trainer.com is the first and only membership golf
fitness program on the Web that features the
Program. Among its many benefits of membership, you'll
receive a golf fitness program completely customized and
personalized to your own needs, your flexibility level, your physical
limitations, and swing aspirations. The program includes video demonstrations
that you can view online. Want a better game?
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" I have lost 20 lbs, taken 2 inches off my
waistline and feel a helluva lot better. Perhaps the greatest effect of your
program came at a recent dinner party when I was asked when I would reach 65, I
loved it when I replied "10 years ago". At 26 cents a day, no one's being
stung. Even if my game stays the same, the fitness effort will not be wasted.
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