Disc Golf Training, A Quick Mobility Routine

A while back, I wrote a post that talked about some of the possible consequences to not stretching and loosening up before playing disc golf.  I described the very compelling reason that I personally stretch and warm up before throwing plastic.  In fact, I do some type of mobility, stretching, yoga, or myofascial release 3-4 times … Read more

Building a Disc Golf Home Gym, Part 1

It was the most expensive clothes rack I’d ever owned.  At about $1,100.00, it was much more expensive than all of the clothes hung and stacked on it combined.  In fact, at that time, it was probably more expensive than all of my clothes combined.  If it hadn’t been offered at the low, low price … Read more

What’s the Right Kind of Training for Disc Golf?

One of the podcasts I listen to on my one hour commute each day is the Disc Golf Answer Man.  I enjoy the guys that host, and I always appreciate the contrast in perspectives between “Cool Daddy Slick Breeze”, disc golf media pro, and Eric McCabe, 2010 World Champion.  EMac has been a touring pro … Read more

Why I Am Finally Going to Wear Sunscreen on the Disc Golf Course

Warning.  This post is graphic in nature and may be disturbing to some readers.  If you are squeamish, you may not want to read it.  Even if you are, though, I encourage you to read on.  Sometimes it’s only through the pain and suffering of others that we learn lessons that may save us from … Read more

Do You Really Want Fries With That?

This isn’t a post about weight loss.  It’s not a post about cholesterol.  This isn’t going to be someone talking down to you about how you are a horrible person because you like yummy, delicious food.  Mmmmmmm, french fries!  (Read that with a Homer Simpson voice)  OK, hang on while I clean the drool off … Read more

Lift your way to better disc golf.

I want to be able to continue to walk upright.  Sounds reasonable, right?  I think that is something that most of us want.  It’s also something most of us take for granted until the ability to walk upright is taken from us.  I’ve been there and trust me, you want no part of it. After … Read more