Fuel Your Body For Better Golf with Robert Yang

Can your nutrition help lower your scores? How important really is it? 

Lots of golfers are missing out on improving their performance by choosing the wrong nutrition when it comes to on and off the golf course.

Choosing the right foods can have a huge impact on your energy, your focus and how you feel which all impact your game. 

In todays episode Robert Yang discusses the importance of fueling your body, how it impacts your performance, what choices to make and the important factors when deciding what to eat.

Robert Yang has a master’s degree in human nutrition and is a certified nutritionist.  He is a strength and conditioning specialist, a CHEK Level 4 practitioner and an advisory board member with the Titleist Performance Institute.  He specialises in nutrition, sports performance and lifestyle coaching. His integrative and individualised programs have helped athletes and individuals improve performance, prevent injuries, and improve health and vitality.

He has also recently launched a new book “Hole in One Nutrition”. A guide to feeling better golf. Pick up your copy here: Hole In One Nutrition

Don’t lose out on shots on the golf course. Fuel your body for success in episode 25

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  1. Scottyfo2000

    I really liked this podcast. Anyone who tells me to eat more bacon is okay in my book! I’ve finally been owning up to my eating and tracking my calories. I’m down 15 pounds in about 45 days so I’m …

    1. Andy

      ??. Glad you enjoyed it. Well done on that too, thats great. It is just a matter of calories in and calories burnt over the 24 hours so as long as you stay in a calorie deficit, you will lose weight. …

      1. Scottyfo2000

        Thanks for the response Andy! I use an app to track the calories as well. Got the idea from your Instagram. Even on days when I’m not particularly active just looking at the app as I enter food get…

        1. Andy

          No worries Scott! Yes it’s a great way to track things and see what your actually consuming. It definitely helps you make better choices and understand what your body needs. Hope you had a good weeken…