Ryan White – My Journey To Becoming A Black Belt Golfer

Posted by on Aug 14, 2013 in Blog, Golf, Golf Psychology, Martial Arts | 0 comments

 Part 4: At Age 14, A Difficult Decision To Follow My Dream…  Looking back at my childhood, it was full of fun, and playing and excelling at many different sports played a large part in that. I was a great hitter in baseball due to all of the practice that I did at the batting cages, and I was lucky to be blessed with great reflexes. I made the All Star league in the final year of playing baseball.  I was also a decent martial artist growing up, again mostly due to a...

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The Mental Game Of Golf – 3 Tips To Improve Your Golf Game By Improving Your Attitude.

Posted by on Aug 6, 2013 in Blog, Golf, Golf Psychology, Mental Health | 0 comments

For those of us who are looking to improve our golf game, we tend to focus most of our attention on the physical game of golf. But that is only half of the equation, and we need to dedicate at least as much time on the mental game of golf, i.e. improving our mindset, if we really want to improve our game. Golf is one of those games where our attitude is constantly being tested. Mine is no different. Like grooving out your golf swing, developing and maintaining the right...

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Ryan White – My Journey To Becoming A Black Belt Golfer

Posted by on Jul 26, 2013 in Blog, Golf, Mental Health, Practice | 0 comments

Part Three: My Life-Changing Decision At Age 10 Welcome back to part three of my journey to becoming a Black Belt Golfer. My story resumes at age 10, which is when I made up my mind that I was going to become a professional golfer. I announced this to my father, not expecting him to take me seriously at this young age, but fortunately he was behind me 100%. Around this time, my life was jam-packed with many varied activities and commitments – Hebrew school, regular...

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Ryan White – My Journey To Becoming A Black Belt Golfer

Posted by on Jul 19, 2013 in Blog, Golf, Mental Health | 0 comments

Part Two: Seizing The Opportunities My Life Presented To Me This is Ryan White; welcome to part two of my journey to becoming a Black Belt Golfer. As I revealed in part one of my story, the early part of my journey and childhood involved overcoming adversity and the obstacles that my health challenges initially gave me to become involved with sports. The Source Of My Drive and Motivation… Thankfully, the second part of my story is a happier one and focuses on how I...

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Ryan White – My Journey To Becoming A Black Belt Golfer

Posted by on Jul 10, 2013 in Blog, Golf, Golf Psychology, Martial Arts | 0 comments

Part One: How I Overcame Challenges To Develop A Winning Golf Mindset  For those of you that are regular visitors to the site you may already be familiar with me and have read my “about” page. In this first in a new series of blog posts, I am going to share that story in much more depth – my aim in doing so is to hopefully inspire and motivate you to see what is possible for all of us when we apply the right mindset and attitude to our golf game....

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Golf and Balance – Medical Issues

Golf and Balance – Medical Issues

Posted by on Jan 30, 2013 in Blog, Exercise, Golf | 0 comments

Tweet Balance is so important in golf, yet many times we think it has to do with getting older or muscles that just aren’t developed correctly. While these issues can certainly be part of what is causing the problem, another problem can also be specific medical issues. Medication can be the culprit. I recently read a great blog post by Ron Celano called Improving Your Golf Balance. While we have discussed the types of exercises you can do to improve your balance, I...

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