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    I am a certified strength and conditioning specialist by the NSCA. I am also a USAT Level 1 triathlon coach. I specialize in the most up to date cutting edge fitness training and strength conditioning. My areas of focus for my athletes include: power/speed/agility/acceleration/functional strength and core. Watch for my videos!!
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Jennifer

Jennifer

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  • Member since
    Saturday, 27 March 2010 11:16
  • Last online
    2 years ago
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    4 years ago
    JASON RICHARDSON Jennifer, when you were giving us food advice, I didn't know you were so cute. I would have listened better. Nice swing BTW
    4 years ago
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    4 years ago
    Martin Ayers Hi Jennifer
    I really like the swing, I would get you to work on the runners stance.
    Reasons for that are that when you make that initial move off the ball you would be doing it against something and would be more stable, this would create a smoother move to the end of the backswing as well as guarantee a good sequence in the coil of the body.

    This would make it easier for you to direct the force down on the ball. The big turn you see here after the ball has gone shows that you have got some side to side in the impact area, rather than direct force.
    4 years ago
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  • If I can add something (you guys are going to get sick of me!) try writing down what you are eating. Buy a little notebook and stick it all in there. Now I know this sounds tedious and time consuming, but in reality its not. You should only have 5 or 6 entires each day. You dont need to write calories. Write down the time and what you ate. I keep my workouts and meals in one notebook. I put down how I felt during and after the workout as well. That way, you can look back, see what you ate (or didn't) and see your patterns. You will find, as soon as you start skipping meals or not eating enough, your workouts (or even your play on the course) will suffer. You will also find patterns to why you may be craving late night snacks. Those of you with Iphones, there are apps that do this and calculate all your carbs, proteins, etc. For you men in the 200lbs range, I bet your not getting enough protein! If your serious about losing the weight, this is crucial to your success. Hold yourself accountable. Keep it on your counter, or take it with you. Also, another suggestion: PlAN YOUR MEALS ahead. Maybe make Sun or Mon be the day you make all your brown rice, etc. Thaw your meat or fish out in the morning. Another great tool is the George Foreman grill. It is so fast and versitile! You can do steak, beef, fish, chicken, veggies in under 8 min!!
    4 years ago
  • If I can add something (you guys are going to get sick of me!) try writing down what you are eating. Buy a little notebook and stick it all in there. Now I know this sounds tedious and time consuming, but in reality its not. You should only have 5 or 6 entires each day. You dont need to write calories. Write down the time and what you ate. I keep my workouts and meals in one notebook. I put down how I felt during and after the workout as well. That way, you can look back, see what you ate (or didn't) and see your patterns. You will find, as soon as you start skipping meals or not eating enough, your workouts (or even your play on the course) will suffer. You will also find patterns to why you may be craving late night snacks. Those of you with Iphones, there are apps that do this and calculate all your carbs, proteins, etc. For you men in the 200lbs range, I bet your not getting enough protein! If your serious about losing the weight, this is crucial to your success. Hold yourself accountable. Keep it on your counter, or take it with you. Also, another suggestion: PlAN YOUR MEALS ahead. Maybe make Sun or Mon be the day you make all your brown rice, etc. Thaw your meat or fish out in the morning. Another great tool is the George Foreman grill. It is so fast and versitile! You can do steak, beef, fish, chicken, veggies in under 8 min!!
    4 years ago
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