Good Friday afternoon! It’s Superbowl weekend! Be sure to practice your game before Sunday and enjoy all the great game snacks you must be planning.
Speaking of food, enjoy this tip from Ted:
Do you think it is possible to eat your way to lower scores? I am a believer, and let me tell you why! Remember, as you read this tip that I am not a nutritionist or a dietician, but I have been counseled with open ears and the results are awesome. This will take minimal planning and lots of commitment, but improved daily golf performance will follow. I know many of you have heard the expressions, “You are what you eat,” and “Treat your body like it is a temple.” Now let’s talk about why and the effects.
There are six basic nutrients that support the human body; carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals, and water. They meet three basic needs of the body: to provide energy, to support new tissue growth and tissue repair, and to regulate metabolism. Carbohydrates are the main source of fuel for your muscles and are derived from the sugars and starches in foods we consume everyday. To keep our mind alert and muscles energized, we should eat foods high in complex carbohydrates such as rice, breads, pasta, vegetables, fruits, fruit juices, cereals, and grains.
So here is my food for thought. Keep your daily intake of food diverse, mix it up. Do not fall in love with any one food group because your ability to recover and refocus is limited when you eat a single food or single food group. Endurance is a key factor in golf, therefore in order to maintain concentration and focus we need to keep our energy level high. Your body will appreciate it and so will your scores!!
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