Over the last 20 years, we’ve seen golf evolve from a “chess game” with players of all shapes and sizes competing to now a lot more lean players incorporating strength and conditioning into their routine.
Success is a journey, not a destination. And Coaching by G is about being there for you throughout your journey. In this blog, Coach Giulia not only shares fitness training and nutrition tips but motivation and personal stories for inspiration.
It’s a question that you’re sure to ask yourself at one time or another as you pass certain age milestones:“I’m doing all the things I used to do from an exercise standpoint. So why am I not losing the weight like I used to?” One of the most important things to understand is that as we age, our bodies start to give up muscle. Muscle is very expensive tissue to maintain.
Doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result: That’s the definition of insanity! Yet, when I see how older runners train for long-distance endurance events such as the marathon, I can sense frustration in them by the
When your child has been heavily involved in a sports activity in high school and performed well, you (and your child) may be considering how to prepare for collegiate level sports. After all, there can be big changes on the horizon
Over the last 10 years or so, it feels like there’s been a bit of a “war on carbs.” Recall the height of the Atkins craze and you had people eating McDonald’s Big Mac hamburgers without the bun and thinking all was OK.
“If I can just stay in this calorie range for the day, I’ll be golden.” Well, not exactly. Counting calories is not the best answer to greater weight consistency.
Every morning, you repeat the same drill with your scale. Step on the scale, step off the scale. Based on what today’s number says, you’ll also probably either growl at the scale or smile at the scale too.
Are you ready? – – At Body by G Coaching by G we believe that training needs to be specific to the individual. Training in a group can be difficult because we are a competitive species. It can be tempting in a group to try to mimic the instructor or the person who appears to be the most fit.
What do you need to change?
We all have our sticking point.