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Certified TPI (Golf)

Designed for golf teaching professionals, medical practitioners and fitness trainers, the TPI Certification program is an evidence based, educational pathway designed to teach industry professionals how to increase player performance through a deep understanding of how the body functions during the golf swing.
We call this concept the Body-Swing Connection™.

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Holiday Party Tip

Holiday Party Makeover Tips:
Avoiding the party pig-out during the holidays can be challenging. In case you need a reminder, never arrive hungry, and always be sure to drink plenty of water. Having a pre-party snack and adequate fiber and protein is your best strategy for avoiding guilt after the event.
Now that you’re thinking with a clear head, here are some simple swaps so you can eat, drink and be merry without adding extra pounds.

Instead of…..                                                                         Try……

Baked Brie                                                             Fruit and cheese grape cheese balls

Sugar and spiced nuts                                         Plain mixed nuts

Spinach and Artichoke Dip                               Guacamole and salsa with Vegetable crudités

Pigs in the blanket                                              Bruschetta with vegetables or seafood-based                                                                                                                                  toppings

Cheese and Meat Platter                                   Shrimp cocktail and chicken kebabs


Cocktails                                                               Red Wine

Cake, Cookies, Cream Puffs Pie                     Fruit with whipped cream; berries with                                                                                           mascarpone


Article complaints of “IDEA Fitness Journal November- December 2017 Issue”

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Nutrition Tips 

We all struggle with the ” What should I eat?” question. I always tell my clients that there is always a best choice of what you may have to choose from.
So,I wanted to give you a few examples of food choices that offer good nutrition. verses bad nutrition choices.

Examples of foods with Higher Nutritional density: 

*Bright or deeply colored vegetables 

*Bright or deeply colored fruits 

*Beans, meats, eggs 

*Whole grains 

Examples of lower Nutritional Density foods:

*Potato Chips  

*Soda and fruit jucies   

*Hot Dogs and Deli Meats

*Refined grains/ flours, pastries