We’ve all know the saying… “Getting old sucks”. You wake up and your back hurts, your knees hurts, your neck hurts. We blame it on getting old, but lets face it we trained like idiots in our teens and 20s (or did not train at all), and when we get into our 30’s we bust our butts trying to hold down a job, family and friends. With that we get to go to some fancy dinners out and maybe drink or two (maybe a little too regularly), and again we either continue to train like we did in our teens or 20’s or modify incorrectly or maybe avoid training altogether. Old injuries, new pain, too much stress (mental, emotional, digestive, movement; there are different types of stress) and an increasing lack of time become our down fall.
Problem: We think we know and can do it all on our own
Answer: Get an assessment.
Load and Explode through the hips for a better turn in your golf swing.
I had to recently had a legal question I asked a lawyer client of mine and his initial response to me was, “You do you know why I hire you as a trainer? Because you are the expert! Don’t be stupid, get some legal council.”
The 30’s are the age in which we have to tackle a lot and take some risks but there are a few places where I would spend the money to do it once and do it right, 1) Movement 2) Medical 3) Skills coaching 4) Legal advice 5) Business advice
Stress management is one of the biggest issues I help people realize and find strategies to deal with in my 30 yr and older clients (and sometimes even my junior golfers- talk about stress management!). We cover a variety of topics from mental, emotional, digestive, and movement stress. Stress is a huge road block that can stifle our fitness and athletic goals.
http://roykhouryfitness.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Strap-photo.jpg27304096Roy Khouryhttp://firstname.lastname@example.orgRoy Khoury2017-06-10 00:05:572017-06-10 00:08:36Getting Golf Fit after 30