17 Burst results for "Speed Golf"

"speed golf" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"speed golf" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"The golf course in twenty seven minutes so he's credited with like kickstarting the speed gulf concept concept but the beauty of they 'em you gotta pull up another video i got one that's gonna blow your mind but the beauty of the speed golf tournament is it has that gulf excellence as well as just running around and hockey puck in the ball in who cares it's like the fastest this runners gonna win it but the speed golfers putting together the ability to shoot park golf and run through the course if you go christopher smith speed golf bandon dunes you'll see what i consider to be the greatest golf round of all time of any kind because he shot a four under par sixty eight on a championship golf course bandon dunes one of the greatest courses in the world a and it's you know there's there's nothing compares to this in in terms of a tiger woods go shooting sixty one on horses pretty fantastic but they ain't running around with only a handful of clubs and so this cool drone high speed video he plays his entire round at three minutes so we could probably running in the background but if you're just listening goto youtuber to watch this guy's round up just flawless gulf while rushing through the course so we we we talking about practice wings an analyzing your shot in leading the green break this guy is a top golf teacher one of the top golf teachers in the world and he uses these speed golf principles to tell people terrain and and this could apply to all different athletic endeavors is like get out of your head and get out of that over an analytical mindset and just feel it and you know go with the flow in kind of bring out you're natural athletic ability in whatever you're doing and that's when you you know perhaps surpass that you know methodical approach where you're you're to deliberate into stressed about every little variable do you think a tiger woods has the greatest comeback story of all time oh my gosh yes sprint athlete not even close there's nothing he felt so far an i agree i actually i was kind of shocked that it 'em i guess 'cause like there's so much personal stuff tied in there was kind of disappointed it just wasn't talked about more i know it's weird i mean like man he really fell hard in so much stuff got exposed about him in 'em you know some people my leg off you know who's gonna feel sorry for 'em 'cause he you know he overcame his own whatever right but we we all fuck up we all messed up you know this guy this guy messed up and it seemed like a you know he a he yeah he caused a lot of his own problems right but we've seen this happen a lot with celebrities and we've seen this a lot with people that are in positions of power and i just thought it was like i'm like man i just i've never seen anything like it before i i thought it was really really awesome to see him come back and win who knows little do now come back and win a few more you know well i mean what did he come back and win at he won at this for the this monster that he created 'cause when he stepped in the gulf remember he was hitting the ball twenty five yards past these lazy soft quote unquote athletes where they their challenges of being an athlete or not learning anything they're very wealthy guys who hit the ball around the golf course at the country club sport we know the demographics are very narrow and these privileged kids grew up to be great golfers and they made all this money but the athleticism and the competitive intensity i mean yeah and lifting weights and all that's great but i identify this guy came in with say killer competitive intensity instead i'm gonna turn the.

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"speed golf" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

13:09 min | 2 years ago

"speed golf" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Vegetables. Especially broccoli. What I learned about that is Bush forty one obviously grew up in a golfing family to walk a coup- his named in the honor of his father for US Senate, but he played speed golf, which is what most stuff do and Bush forty three who accompany him off often playing speed golf where you can complete eighteen holes for like two hundred quarter, maybe two and a half hours said well, the reason that he loves speed golf short game sought he can never improve his short game. Which could off the tees is good once she got to the green. But in between, he was horrible. You wanted to get it over quick even if he had to take two three strokes. I just wanted to know how many mulligan she took. Yeah. And you know, what you and I have taken a number of mulligans. Remember, we did our golf tournament here. Remember, the Ottomans golf tournament, and you and I were on the same team you, and I did okay. You know, we did cheat a little bit. But, but you know, we did get some revelations about his game and the other two Curtis that I thought was so great. And this is what we should be talking about not what Trump did what Trump didn't. I mean, the media's just so all over trumpets come on. They should be talking about some other funny moments. Like who could forget the new stand up comic Alan Simpson. And then, of course, one night before Michael Crawford singing the songs of Andrew Lloyd Webber all four of us were singing is we went back to the White House. Don't cry from me. Tidbits from traveling movie and other magic of Weber a few days later, he getting hammered by the press for some extraordinarily petty trivia, and suddenly he hangs out don't cry for me too. The pressure on wrote that he was finally losing his marble. No doubt. Alan Simpson gave great stand up. Great standup Ghani. Caroline's dunstan. Tom. Anyway, as well high atop Madison Square Garden in these great facilities provided to us in order to do this broadcast. All of you by nj diet dot com. I noticed when the cameras focused in on President Trump arriving with his wife is white sat next to Barrack Obama, the president shat toward she I'll. Malania I reached over two both Barack and to Michelle the shake their hands. Then I noticed the president likewise and at that point Bill Clinton, look Dover. So he was looking at the handshaking. Now, if Bill had reached over the shake from Shange, there's no doubt in my mind. Trump would have shaken his hand. I agree. Meantime, stone face Hillary Rodham Clinton, she just kept our is straightforward cheated and peer over to the side when the trumps arrived. No, no, no, no. She always going to have any of that. So first of all, what do you expect to the president? He provided Air Force One. He made amends for they had field in McCoy feud that he had with the Bush family. He did everything we would expect the president to do with the passing of a former president and yet he's being vilified m saying to myself. Wow. For this year. Hi, how do you have in this guy for this? And plus wasn't tweeting out in the middle of the ceremony honoring the forty first president. I mean that would have required obviously some criticism, but he was cool. Calm and collected. They expect of home appreciated into now, I'll take one further to Curtis because some of the local media, and I was looking this morning to see, you know, I, of course, we had all the great coverage here and watching it, and I just can't get enough of like watching all the details. And I'm sitting there won a couple of the local media. They're sitting there showing you know, here's the highlights of the funeral. Guess what they didn't even have a close that they had like a wide shot with Trump without a close up of Obama. They're close up of Clinton. Guess what do you think they're a little liberal? I mean, it is so discussing this is our sitting president and clearly one of the greatest acts. I thought that Bush forty one did he made sure to make a point saying I want Trump invited to my funeral. He actually made a point of that think about that before he passed. Division if he had left it to Jeb. You think they would have rolled out the red carpet for that not very dear friend, Donald Trump. I think I think there's a very good chance that if it was left strictly to the boy, especially Jeb. The president and probably would not have been invited. So how sad that the media is just spending today did Trump mouthed the words of the apostles creed and going back to the fact that he then Jellicoe dairy much. It was like eighty one percent of the white evangelical vote went to Trump. They're saying how dare he get the band Jellicoe vote when he's a cop. It is. Anybody our number's one eight hundred eight four eight WABC that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two. Let's go to Mike who is calling from Monroe. Welcome the Kurdistan Rita. Cosby WABC, Mikey? Hi, mike. How you read up? What do you think? Well, this is much ado about nothing. How people focus it on. You know, what's the body language lot now, and and look at fucking brutal fudgy, Dewey, Hillary straight ahead and Clinton and Barack Obama. I wonder if the body language was there and his gestures with air. All Donald Trump didn't do this. You know, you know, nothing this it really breaks down to acknowledge a war hero like George Bush was any a walk the walk of life like lyrics to the song. I Mike, but people let me here's one of the tweets one of the tweets from journalists saying striking that all the former presidents and first ladies are reciting, the apostles creed. But Trump stood silently this. This is the way I. I would have handled it if I was a journalist because he was so over the top all it was was, you know, Bush forty one you would have thought that he should have been off up air on mount Rushmore Bush forty one did not Bush family. I don't believe it's yet to be proven to me invited Pat Buchanan or Ross Perot who adversaries of his and really hurt him badly. Yeah. We haven't heard if they were invited to the service. Would have been because the Bush family still holds them responsible for putting chinks in Bush. Forty one's armor that caused him to lose that that election bid reelection bid to serve a second term Perot. Certainly did by getting nineteen percent of the vote. Most of that was from Republicans. But that's because Ross Perot has better ears. Boy does he have big ears like, but he was a fellow tax in from Fort Worth. Always not seeing eye to eye with the Bush say they had problems for years. But then it was Pat Buchanan, Pat Buchanan was the Donald Trump of his time. He's the one who made the point that Bush forty one was disconnected from working class people that hurt Bush forty one badly, and what did Bush forty one trying to do to recover. He went to nearby mall in Landover. He bought some tube socks. He's standing there at the counter. And he's asking the woman who was processing his tube. Socks order. I mean, typical waspy says spending nickels dimes pennies buying oh. And he says what's that? And she says Mr President that's the scanner. He had no idea. What it scanner was Bernie Sanders. Remember when it came to the subway question buffoon down that he's like, where's the token that how it's been a lot of politicians don't aren't up. Disconnected. He was speaking. By the way, I want to say one beautiful thing of the of the service that as there's another one today in Texas Bush will be buried apparently with one of his favorite very elegant pairs of socks because even though he didn't know about tube socks. He was very stylish had those very cool socks. He's apparently one of the beautiful moments is going to be buried in like a beautiful patriotic pair of socks which I love. Actually, let's go to BJ calling from queens welcomed the Kurdish and Rita. Cosby WABC BJ? Hey, Curtis say, hey Rita show. You know, Bill Clinton smoke pot antisocial doesn't behave in public. Barack obama. Smoke pot antisocial doesn't even public Donald Trump, warm classy people. Woah. Whoa. You lost me? Was I saw a Barack Obama is smooth. You may not like him. But he's a smooth out Republican push. Public the Bush's wonderful to the Trump's. They received him. They let bygones be classy. They were very class. Do you know, of course, Hillary couldn't, you know, a look be classy at all a week ago of Brock Obama was bashing Trump. And then, you know. Excuse me, excuse me. But he beat me. We have a mandate. Jay, jay. So Obama gets bashed every other day by the sitting president, but he's not entitled to the family himself. May two hundred million dollars and left the country in here. BJ every I listened to our show every day savage of Obama Levin Obama Shapiro Obama Obama Obama Obama is not president anymore. Get over it. Well, the one part I had with BJ Bill Clinton is very social. In fact, remember way to social. If he has Monica Lewinsky. He's he's he's definitely so show guy. But also smooth operator as is Barack Obama's. They have never been accused of being antisocial. No. But you know, what's interesting. Here was a moment. And I will say I was watching to see Hillary didn't shake put out her hand to shake his social or Malania. It goes both ways everybody, I would've loved to have seen that moment. I would've I would have been good for the country. Yeah. With Trump putting a pair of handcuffs, Sean her screaming. That's right. I locked up finally unlocking up on the commander in chief. I can do that at the funeral that would have been very appropriate. His crowd. Anyway, let's go to Jews calling from Hamilton, New York wealth and the Kurdish Rita. Cosby WABC? Joe hydro. Hey, I'm glad to Trump. And and Barack were bonding. That was good. It's means unity and forty one was quoted as saying day is not going be wasted. Schindler? Contrast. Doug, Satele SAT. Oh, no. He's starting some promotion here. I liked what he was going up until then. But let's go to Steve from Rockland. Steve you're here with Curtis and Rita. Go ahead. Steve. Hey, read, you know, what I didn't get a chance to which you guys happy thanksgiving anything. So I hope you had a good one. You're going to have to make up for Steve. Now, you're late baby. Look rita. First of all, you know, what do you believe it? Donald Trump wasn't such a crass and vulgar, man. And and just a norm trash that these observations wouldn't be being made and Hillary Clinton was so far away from him. All right. You know, Bill Clinton did leaned over and he him and he Donald Trump and extend his head. Did away. Hey, Steve, nor did Bill Clinton. I think both of them should have extended hands. Attempt to and here's the other contact. That's it. Come on. And I'm going to tell you. I was the guy who Donald Trump stuck his coat in his face. I wanna go right back out of say, you'll take care of it himself. Now spoil now, Steve we have seen Bill Clinton. Give more eye contact is screwy Louis Farrakhan, when they were there to honor the Queen of soul Aretha Franklin at her memorial service and Ariane the Irena Guerande. Remember how Bill Clinton was looking at. Are you ready to eat her up right there on the state? I was gonna say he tends to give a lot of I contact and for everybody's purpose. I I was a young blond reporter and Bill Clinton's White House. I survived. Come on. Steve look, he was friendly towards screwy Louis Farrakhan, who hates whites weights Jews Benny was towards Donald Trump. And can you imagine if down traumatic standing his hand and Bill Clinton just sat there with folded arms and Hillary that would have been a mess too. I mean, come on it goes both ways everybody come on one eight hundred eight four eight WABC that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two. Did you know.

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"speed golf" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"speed golf" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Welcome day is monday june eighteenth and i am demanding phil mickelson apologizes to all of us that's kind of soft on your part that is i'm hot that's actually a soft take a joke i think phil mickelson should have sharpened his putter on that very rough fast green on that dry green and then committed sukhov and just stabbed himself in the stomach yeah he he basically disgraced the game of golf i actually saw golf channel wrote an article saying not only did phil mickelson manipulate the rules of golf he broke the spirit of the game true he broke it there's no more speed golf must have a pretty weak spirit if they can let mantis chatter yeah who's oh that was talk of the weekend his disrespectful play i think andy north said like he feels bad for all the kids that had to watch at home yeah so so yes so if you didn't watch if you if you're not a golf fan basically what phil did he did whatever every drunk per does on the golf course every shitty golfer in the world maybe the most relatable moment ever he hit a pot it was clearly too fast going down hill and then before it could stop he went hit it backwards towards the hole and it was the greatest moment ever because it then spiralled into like all these golf fans all these gulf harto's basically saying that the spirit of the game is broken and like the sambre voice of phil has disgraced aussies disgraced the game i can't believe he did this and then fill just came out and said yeah i found a loophole which i mean phil he's like the loophole guy yeah and everyone's still matt so yeah i it was insider trading and now it's discovering that you can actually save a stroke hit it well it's moving and you don't let it roll down into munger yeah it was great saying i've always wanted to do that yes and i finally by the way we we both agree like phil was just frustrated in the moment you don't think he's always wanted to go i think he was frustrated in the moment and then he got back to the clubhouse he's like all right yeah so this is what my my line is gonna i mean wouldn't golf be a whole lot more exciting if you were allowed to hit a moving ball the only ball.

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"speed golf" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"speed golf" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Welcome day is monday june eighteenth and i am demanding phil mickelson apologizes to all of us that's kind of soft on your part that is i'm hot that's actually a soft take a joke i think phil mickelson should have sharpened his putter on that very rough fast green on that dry green and then committed sukhov and just stabbed himself in the stomach yeah he he basically disgraced the game of golf i actually saw golf channel wrote an article saying not only did phil mickelson manipulate the rules of golf he broke the spirit of the game true he broke it there's no more speed golf must have a pretty weak spirit if they can let mantis chatter yeah who's oh that was talk of the weekend his disrespectful play i think andy north said like he feels bad for all the kids that had to watch at home yeah so so yes so if you didn't watch if you if you're not a golf fan basically what phil did he did whatever every drunk per does on the golf course every shitty golfer in the world maybe the most relatable moment ever he hit a pot it was clearly too fast going down hill and then before it could stop he went hit it backwards towards the hole and it was the greatest moment ever because it then spiralled into like all these golf fans all these gulf harto's basically saying that the spirit of the game is broken and like the sambre voice of phil has disgraced aussies disgraced the game i can't believe he did this and then fill just came out and said yeah i found a loophole which i mean phil he's like the loophole guy yeah and everyone's still matt so yeah i it was insider trading and now it's discovering that you can actually save a stroke hit it well it's moving and you don't let it roll down into munger yeah it was great saying i've always wanted to do that yes and i finally by the way we we both agree like phil was just frustrated in the moment you don't think he's always wanted to go i think he was frustrated in the moment and then he got back to the clubhouse he's like all right yeah so this is what my my line is gonna i mean wouldn't golf be a whole lot more exciting if you were allowed to hit a moving ball the only ball.

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"speed golf" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"speed golf" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"I think that those those type of hobbies have anything to do with marksmanship however there's a parallel when it comes to trading methodology for instance like in my combat string trading or in some of the activities that i participated and that is do the best you can with what with what you have thinking about performance versus outcome and stuff it's funny because right before i called you guys i was looking up the rules for speed golf because i play golf once a week i don't have the time to get out once a week but i tried to and it only takes me two hours to drive from my home play eighteen back to my home only because i'm i out and i'm hitting straight i got nobody in front of me i'm not playing with anybody but i thought man you know be coolest freaking speed golf because now not in a car boogieing and it's all different scoring system involved too but i'm not sure i've got the legs for it so i might just try a couple of nine i instead of a full eighteen but i'm not even sure i answered your question i think talked about no that's okay but the is far as the other hobbies go there's like birdwatching stuff there's really no parallel but but with the birds my vision distance vision is very very good and i should be that to focusing through the woods and through of obstacles and stuff like that when watching the birds my vision right here sucks like looking at you guys on the screen right here you're a complete blur unless i put these guys on but my vision out there is really good so.

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"speed golf" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"speed golf" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Hooked up with one of these lease a clear lights honest talked to him go go try his sahnoun next time he guys are hand clear lights on us occur as an infrared saunas my wife and i were in it last night actually this is perfect for for toasty warmth in the morning heard chilling in relaxing the evening and kind of activating the the pera sympathetic nervous system with some of the some of the warmth and the and the light sweat hey from one of the thing i wanted to ask you about was something i looted to this online course that you're doing at the you what what's called a primal endurance mastery course correct okay so is that just basically like all these concepts that you talk about from like he towse's to aerobic training at cetera laid out in a special curriculum or what exactly you do with that course had the goal here was to just broaden the learning experience that you get from a book because reading books gray marken i wrote this book called primal endurance and we put our heart and soul into it and talked about all our life experience in the endurance sport scene and tried to be completely comprehensive where we're talking about the aerobic base building the introduction of intensity the in the proper manner period is eishin to to properly balanced your year all the complimentary things like a recovery techniques and mobility flexibility exercises so you know the book is a nice journey for the endurance athlete of any any sport in the endurance seen to to learn how to do it right and to preserve your health while you're pursuing these ambitious endurance goal so you know starting from the book to enhance that educational experience we kinda brought the book to life with this huge library of video instructional and informational videos that you can access online by enrolling in this course in so um i travelled around the continent for a year and talk to many of the world's leading experts in endurance training many of the great alltime athletes like olympic gold medallist simon whitfield twotime ironman champ tim to boom olympic gold.

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"speed golf" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"speed golf" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Hi it's that they come across like if you in just 15 to 20 grams of of carbs right before workout you'll get a performance busan like what about a few ingest um you know skid rows slave to the grind from 1993 before workout you'll definitely get a performance boost when you play that tune and it's it's a little bit too much of a kind of uh i don't know what to college this sort of a selfindulgence over obsession whatever now how about things like you know fasting before morning workout though those type of things because some people have found that they've experienced like a decrease in testosterone from like doing hard workouts will fasted like a noah my friend and guy's been on this podcast before dr michael ratio right like he found that when he would do a lot of these workouts fasted or wait for a long time after work out to eat he did see like better body composition blues testosterone went down libido went down i'm curious what you do as far as as far as fueling for some of these workouts when it comes to timing yeah that's really into staying in i i read the rationale y and it makes sense um and you know then you hear like our devaney and and and mark and others talking about you know these amazing autophagy benefits of especially pairing fasted workouts workout pairing workouts with fasting so i think there are some individuality here where you have to test things out and um people like dr kate shanahan making really simple and uh you know large observations like when uruguay dejan uh is depleted from an intense work out and those greg ejn suitcases are open uh the ingestion of carbohydrates during that time is going to have a different effect on your body then if you slam them uh at your morning breakfast at the hotel with your oatmeal and orange juice and brown sugar and toast with generally on it so i think the timing is a big factor and um when you around workout to have a little bit of more um.

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"speed golf" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"speed golf" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Um you know testing and coming out in the it below the normal level of free testosterone the important one the circulating testosterone and i was i was below the rain showers a clinical hypo testosterone person that was a candidate for replacement therapy and all that crazy stuff and this came on the heels of a training period whereas doing speed golf in coming out from having not really train for twenty years any significant amount in in aerobic work and also announced putting in some pretty good miles run in the course allott and my heart rate was indiscriminate and getting up there into the one 40s 'cause i was calculating off percentage of max heart rate which we now frowned upon just because of this example like you can get too high of a heart rate if you have a high max heart rate in near an old guy like me so what happened was i dug myself a nice little hole over a period of several months um and you know decided to switch gears and return with much slower pace to work out so taking the heart rate down from you know one forty to one thirty and about april to october what's at six months six months later my testosterone doubled and it came up to the ninety nine th percentile of males aged twenty to twenty nine and um german roy your numbers were like what you were you were on yeah like my my free testosterone was a thousand and fifteen or something and then my uh my serum there's different every time i test like a different lab gives me a different range of numbers but i've never was like m fourteen point eight or something with the range being five two or six or seven up to twenty something like that i'm i'm i'm not doing precision bed it did double i remember that and um you know that in five months time going from a guy who could be a candidate to a guy who's m fifty years old and putting up teenager numbers it was like a miracle all i did.

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"speed golf" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"speed golf" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

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"speed golf" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"speed golf" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Going out and doing these kind of hard work outs those are the ones that over time will bury you because they're just stimulating the stress hormones their exceeding eur aerobic limits so that your burning a greater percentage of glucose rather than fatty acids in all these things contribute to a high risk of decline and regression and fitness or immune response and then secondly um you don't become as competent of burning fat so over time if you're out there for one hour to hour three hours whatever you're going to get beat by an athlete who has a superior engine that can burn that uh you know abundant fuel source rather than the precious fuel source glucose show how are you quantifying a while iguodala how how do you know which heart rate is kind of like your money zone to train at in order for you to go slow to get faster well we've been talking about this debating it for thirty years now since i got my first polar heart rate monitor which was the size of like today's mini ipad i in those they're like dictionary select that will shape and we're really strong on the pioneering work of doctor phil maff atone and his very very simple one eighty minus age formula which is one eighty subtract eur age and that's your aerobic limit in beats per minute so if i let's say 50 m i'm lying if you listen to the show carefully but for argument's sake one eighty minus fifty is one hundred thirty beats per minute and somewhere around there is not an exact science but it's important to respect this and be be conservative instead of aggressive here somewhere around one thirty if i start to drift above that it's not difficult is not at all that strain of you know when you hit your anaerobic threshold and all of a sudden you can't breathe very well and you're feeling your muscles it it it's really imperceptible but somewhere around there you start kicking in to a greater percentage of glucose being burned so you're spiking glucose metabolism and you're fatty.

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"speed golf" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"speed golf" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"But i notice that you as i mentioned you got an high jumping and i'm curious how you how you found that process going from being endurance athlete with lot of slow twitch muscle to being able to to get your vertical did you have to work hard to get your vertical back after being a slow twitch athlete for so long or is that is natural for you yet here's what's really weird and i think it opens up a couple interesting points um one of them was the dna testing that's now so popular i did dna fit and um i came out to you a ratio of like fifty six percent strength power and forty four percent endurance and it was absolutely shocking because i made eyeing living for nine years doing white would anyone eat you know should be properly classified as an extreme all trend durance than anything from two hours up to nine hours will brad i did that tests and i was at eighty five percent power oh my goodness that's amazing and so you know having a wish i'd known now at starting out because it would have informed my training patterns to be even more fluctuate ending with a stress and breasts rather than you know the test out as a mule where there eighty five percent endurance and they just get on their bike every day in ride for five hours and they're no worse for the wear and that's actually the best protocol for them so i always found myself you know requiring more recovery time in the next person getting sorer and things of that nature which indicate that you have per pondering so fast which and said the slow too which was doesn't get that stiffer sore and so i had some lingering m fasttwitch abilities that you know basically are muted out when you're doing that endurance training um but it'd be nicer to honor though honor that genetic predisposition and choose according workouts even if you're training for endurance events i mean you know the jumping up and down the box like the cross fit endurance premise you know that you can kind of hack the the long hours with some intensity in and get a uh.

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"speed golf" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"speed golf" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"And particularly i think the importance of recovery and just taking time where you're not actually swinging the club every single day because the nervous system sometimes copes with information during rest periods and so you're actually becoming a better golfer on those three days that you didn't touch the club because you're coming off a binge of playing a lauder hitting a lot of balls in than it then it rains or its knows and you're you're sidelined and then i find many times i come back and i have this refreshing kind of perspective and my body's working better than it ever has in the things that i was working on before and stuck on like i wasn't getting my hip's through quickly enough and then everything was just grooving because of the ups and downs of um you know the general training pattern some big fan of that same was swimming i remember um there were guys on the circuit like ken glock who swore that if he missed one day of swimming he would lose his feel for the water and i found sort of the opposite him might be an individual thing but i find that i jump in the water after taking the weekend away from the pool and just have a little more spark in my staff same with high jumping which you mentioned in passing in um i've discovered that the harder i trained for high jump in my age i'm fifty now now the worse i do and i'll pull a muscle or i'll just start to regress in my performance if i look over you know a fourweek period where i'm getting out to the pits with more frequency because it's the proper weather whatever and you know the the explosiveness required to jump and leap over a bar works a single you know it's a one rep backs to get off the ground in in clear bar that's near the height of my head um it it requires so much you know downtime where i'm just taking care of my body and perhaps jogging or doing these basic fitness routines ram not i'm not torching my legs with heavy squads or at that that makes sense me that that's just like basic period is eishin really but like i'm cares about the actual training such.

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"speed golf" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"speed golf" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Books that come out from from uh from marks daily apple dot com they've got a whole publishing company that brad is involve with he coauthored the the kito reset diet with marxists in if you're listening in you may have heard me interview mark about that wildly popular akita genic eating strategy are we talk about primal con health and fitness retreats around the world that he helped to put on and he he does a lot in terms of of online multimedia educational courses to is even get new one on endurance that will talk about later uh but he also this is where where brad nikon of have cross pazar at least have similar histories he was one of the world's topranked professionals in traffic on he had like thirty wins around the world on the pro circuit he competed for nine years is approach rapidly he won the world duathlon series championships who went to national traveling championships he was one of the last american pro males to place in the top five in the eye to you you world championships he holds the world record still for hawaii ironman for the 24 an underage division so the dude has a pretty intense history as endurance athlete and now he competes in speed gulf and we're gonna talk about that a little bit but you basically play golf as fast as possible and he's he's killing it there he's he's winning a bunch of pro golf tournament he's he's one of the top competitors in the world he's also a high jumper now if mere traffic to a high jumper which i find crazy 'cause i used to be all the to dunker basketball before competing traffic on a totally lost my vertical sorry to hear how you got it back brad's will delve into that uh so now he's he's a he's the topranked highjumper too so these gotta go going on bread welcome to the show man.

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"speed golf" Discussed on NBA Lockdown

NBA Lockdown

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"speed golf" Discussed on NBA Lockdown

"Or novel myself marc spears undefeated and and and the c c they're for cruickshank netflix dini right there chris haines makes his debut after skip not all of last week fresno state agricultural graduate aims batard or four espn dot com hoyas extraordinaire got rich paul on speed golf oh man at the popular name is weak way at the popular name opening of the first scoop worse in the business welcome curse name a a court were quick cluster of quick is saddled say is that officially that is a c s corner the bay area sh gottschee progatt guy 'cause i was always told that san jose is like the the arm to the bay area which could you not know burgeoning if you look at the california the state where to arm part of the fact were frozen were so don't ultra silva wanna give sort out the fresno for the parade through either raising uh terezin by captain cook without you must salad wouldn't be as good old are you appreciate gino which argue ervin doug on this amen y'all's getting your knees dirty for everybody so we are for the okay optic assault later down the road.

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"speed golf" Discussed on The Basketball Analogy

The Basketball Analogy

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"speed golf" Discussed on The Basketball Analogy

"Or novel myself marc spears undefeated and and and the c c they're for cruickshank netflix dini right there chris haines makes his debut after skip not all of last week fresno state agricultural graduate aims batard or four espn dot com hoyas extraordinaire got rich paul on speed golf oh man at the popular name is weak way at the popular name opening of the first scoop worse in the business welcome curse name a a court were quick cluster of quick is saddled say is that officially that is a c s corner the bay area sh gottschee progatt guy 'cause i was always told that san jose is like the the arm to the bay area which could you not know burgeoning if you look at the california the state where to arm part of the fact were frozen were so don't ultra silva wanna give sort out the fresno for the parade through either raising uh terezin by captain cook without you must salad wouldn't be as good old are you appreciate gino which argue ervin doug on this amen y'all's getting your knees dirty for everybody so we are for the okay optic assault later down the road.

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"speed golf" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"speed golf" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And thinking man i'm five over cross my mind right the tball put my hands over i think in boulware's i'm walking out this could be six produce capes rallies down the stretch reshad went over matt kuchar there was a lot to figure out on that thirteen whole anna's espn analyst michael college note this was definitely not speed golf well it took a long time you have to understand it took almost thirty minutes just to play that whole was twenty nine minutes in total side and jordan speed had all kinds of rules officials over there but the thing that stood out to me the most was joined speed after getting a free drop after taking the penalty the drop and heating it up sort of the green and a amazing flopshot over the bunker one putting from just inside fifteen feet the fact that he won putted and only made a bogey on that whole says something about jordan speed than his resolve certainly did so let's move forward from the thirteen th hole after what he did there what does it say about jordan spieth the gulf for on what he was able to accomplish it's hard to put into words what jordan speeds accomplished after that going 4under in three holes in fiveunder in four holes to grab this trophy and and be the major champion that he is i think if you look historically only jack nicklaus and jordan squeeze have three legs of the grand slam before age twenty four that's what it says about jordan speed and the fact that after.

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"speed golf" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"speed golf" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Core two is he can give me cleave the dow yes god in pale fa mansion on sana thank god only yes and and radio prayers this epo donovan so you're big time denver developer which huge government contracts living in the downtown penthouse but wine cellar in the meat locker you're 280 hours a week ninety and you play eighteen holes of speed golf in thirty minutes and you get a table at all the best rush you've got a collection of each car getting along the art gallery matthews new learned street route by jackson long and then wonder you wake up on in two thousand count egyptian sheets sent with cgt timing it think recoup it's a different american now i've had it with the shallow live materialism it's time to move to another colorado so you quit you john and and you sell your cars in your penthouse condo for five point six million dollars on ebay and by noon you move out of denver to a.

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