Hey everyone, thanks for stopping by my new blog. I know we’d all rather be out playing, so I appreciate that you’ve taken time to give this blog a read!
I’m guessing you are more interested in disc golf than my background so if you want to know who I am, my background, and other boring personal stuff, please visit my about me here.
So what can you expect from the MindBodyDisc blog you probably didn’t ask?
I’ll be breaking down the content here into 3 types.
1. Mind. Arnold Palmer is famous for saying that golf is a game played on a 5.5″ course, the space between your ears. That applies to all types of golf. This is a huge hurdle for many people (myself definitely included). There are a ton of approaches, techniques, and methods for improving this area of your game. We’ll try to get to as many of them as possible.
2. Body. As our sport matures (different than growth, but that’s a future post), top players are using trainers, coaches, and nutritionists. We are truly entring the ranks of professional athletes. To compete at the highest levels, we need to train and take care of our bodies. There aren’t too many people addressing that right now, I intend to change that.
3. Disc. Once our mind is sharp and our body conditioned, we eventually have to throw a disc. While there is a glut of information out there on discs, baskets, bags, and a ton of info on technique, there is still room to grow in this category. If there’s something I don’t think has been covered well, I’ll dig right in.
In the end, my goal is to help people improve. Bettering your mind and body will enhance your disc golf ability. Much more importantly, it will enhance your life.