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Health & Fitness

Strong muscles = strong bones, study proves

Getting enough Vitamin D and calcium, either through diet or supplements, has long been one of the most effective ways to avoid the brittle-bone condition known as osteoporosis. This condition, a common problem for golfers...
Wednesday, 7/22/2015 at 8:00AM
Health & Fitness

Does swinging a weighted club help you warm up?

Many golfers go through the pre-round ritual of grabbing two or three clubs out of their bag at the same time and swinging them together in order to "get loose" for the first tee. Others...
Wednesday, 1/21/2015 at 7:00AM
Health & Fitness

Fitness Friday: Another study finds stretching to be ineffective

Poor, poor stretching. Once considered a staple to preparation for any sports activities, stretching has been singled out many times in recent years for its ineffectiveness in helping to prime the body for the rigors...
Friday, 12/5/2014 at 7:00AM
News & Tours

Study finds that work gets in the way of CEO's golf games

Technically speaking, the study, which was published by Lee Biggerstaff at Miami University, David Cicero at the University of Alabama, and Andy Puckett at the University of Tennessee, analyzes USGA records from more than 360 CEOs...
Wednesday, 11/19/2014 at 12:25PM
Instruction

New study says listening to jazz music could improve your putting

If you're struggling with your putting and have exhausted all other options, Clarkson University may have just offered you a lifeline.According to a new study by the school published in the Journal of Athletic Enhancement,...
Wednesday, 11/12/2014 at 2:26PM
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