We take our Golf Energy Bars everywhere we go. They have natural ingredients to calm and sustain you for activities – or as a convenient meal replacement on and off the course. So, always have Golf Energy Bars with you. Here are a few suggestions… Always have Golf Energy Bars in your tool chest when you need a quick fix. They’re packed with ingredients to calm, enhance focus and sustain energy – so you.
Three cheers! Summertime is here! Well, not exactly…Memorial Day is considered the unofficial start of summer. Outdoor barbecues and good ‘ole American comfort food coincide with our FIRST time wearing LESS clothes after a winter of LESS time outdoors equating to LESS activity – and perhaps a few MORE pounds. Rather than approach the weekend thinking, “I’ll make better choices on Tuesday”, why not make better choices today? Memorial Day weekend is the first.
In the very fickle game of golf, the mind is huge in facilitating a win. Without a strong mental game, the player is at an incredible disadvantage and can never know how good they can be. The mind is as important as the body. Golfers can seek outside assistance to improve their mental game, by employing the services of a Golf Psychologist or Mental Game Coach. A Golf Psychologist identifies where the psychological breakdown.
Why CAN’T golf end cancer? If you think about how even the smallest gesture or effort can make a difference in a life, a cause, a moment, a crusade – the concerted determination of many can move a mountain. The point is, you gotta MOVE. That is the origin of Golf to End Cancer’s passion. We need to move to stay healthy and we need to move to make change – why not do.
Nature bears many near perfect gifts – the almond is one of them. Almonds don’t melt in your hand. Almonds don’t get furry in your pocket. Almonds are delicious. Almonds are a great nutrition-packed snack! There are so many health benefits to eating almonds in moderation – and more pluses continue to be published as this amazing super “drupe” is researched. Yes, “drupe”. Most of us assume the almond is a nut, when it.
Doesn’t it seem like daylight savings time has taken its toll on your mood, energy level and overall mojo? Everything is harder – waking up, staying focused, motivation to exercise and eat right, sleeping and just feeling…happy. It is actually the Winter Blues or SAD – because daylight savings time goes into effect at the onset of winter, we can point a guilty finger at the retreating hour hand and decreased daylight. Seasonal Affective.