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Jump Start Your Health and Nutrition with More Pars Wholelife Challenge

Here’s a great way to jump start your health and nutrition in the new year, all while improving your golf game.  Let my good friend Christina Ricci from More Pars guide you through the Wholelife Challenge.

Challenge Begins January 20-Click here to sign up. 


The Wholelife Challenge is a global collective challenge. It’s 7 pillars work together to create an effect in your life that’s hard to overstate — after a few weeks, you’ll feel rested, energetic, present, strong, healthy (and perhaps even happier).

Christina has added an 8th Pillar…More Pars! Plus, the EXERCISE pillar will focus on exercises that are golf-specific. In 56 Days, not only will you gain incredible knowledge about health and wellness that will last long after the Challenge ends, you’ll learn incredible golf skills giving you the confidence to get more pars in 2018!

Christina will be incorporting Cardiogolf exercises into the challenge, so this is a great way to improve your health, fitness and game!

You’ll want to get the Shortee Practice Training Club for the More Pars Wholelife Challenge.  

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Cardiogolf 5-Minute Golf and Fitness Break-Clean and Press for Better Swing Movement

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This is your Cardiogolf 5-Minute Golf and Fitness Break where we work our golf games and get into shape at the same time.

Practice something about your game everyday. #CardioGolfChallenge

The clean and press may sound like an Olympic lifting competition exercise. Many golfers may not consider this exercise because it sounds too complex or explosive. However, the clean and press exercise, if performed correctly, is the same movement pattern that is needed in the golf swing, so it can help you rehearse the movement you need to create power in your swing.

The clean and press helps improve strength in your shoulders, core and legs to help create power in your swing.  It is also a full body exercise that can also help improve cardiovascular and muscular endurance to increase your stamina.

Do the Cardiogolf Pre-Round Warm Up Routine.

Watch Karen Palacios-Jansen and Christina Ricci, LPGA Teaching Professionals, demonstrate this exercise.

Clean and Press
  1. Stand in a shoulder width stance holding a small to medium weight in one hand.
  2. Lower your rear-end backwards towards the floor as you lower the weight to the ground while maintaining a straight back.  Keep your abdominal muscles pulled in to protect your back.
  3. Try to lower your thighs parallel to the ground.
  4. Quickly and smoothly bend your arm so the weight is shoulder height, then stand up as you press the weight over your head, extending your hips .
  5. Do 8 to 10 repetitions.

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Quick and Easy Warm Up Exercise to Avoid Big Numbers on the Golf Course

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For many of us, we used to be able to hop out of the car, go straight to the first tee and rip a drive down the middle of the fairway. Now by skipping a warm-up before a round of golf may mean it takes us 4 or 5 holes before you loosen up and gain your form and by that time your score may already be ruined. Here is a quick and easy pre-round warm-up exercise to help you avoid those big numbers on the scorecard.

The point of a warm up is to elevate your heart rate to get your blood flowing to warm muscles so they are loose and supple to make it is easier to swing. You can do this warm-up at your house before your round of golf, if you don’t have a long drive to the golf course or on the driving range. Don’t be embarrassed to do the routine, it couldn’t more humiliating than topping your drive off the first tee.

There are many ways to warm-up like jogging, doing jumping jacks or even taking practice swings. In this routine, that only takes 5 to 10 minutes, I have chosen exercises that target golf-specific muscles.

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Bicycle Arms

If you work at a desk job, most likely your shoulders will be tight from the hours of sitting at a desk over a computer. When your shoulders are tight, then you cannot make a full shoulder turn and this may lead to swing faults. Bicycle arms is an excellent exercise that will not only loosen muscles but will help you develop strength and endurance.

  • Stand in a shoulder width stance holding a golf club parallel to the ground.
  • Rotate the club forward as if you were peddling a bicycle with your hands and arms, taking your shoulders through full range of motion.
  • Rotate forward for 8 to 10 repetitions and then rotate back for 8 to 10 repetitions.

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