The fastest path to consistently lowering your score is by optimizing your best asset... YOU.
The human body is our instrument that we play to achieve success, and optimizing it for peak golf performance requires fine-tuning our mind, body, and skillset.
Through logic, consistency, and sweat equity, we lay the foundation for success.
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Golf: 100 yards and in so you can Break 100, 90 and even 80
This podcast and all of our podcasts are recorded live, with audience interaction invited and welcomed. To register for the next LIVE event, please visit: This special RedZone edition of the Birdie Brigade podcast focuses on 100 yards and in. We will demonstrate 4 drills and give you a challenge you can perform to track your progress. We’ll even help you reduce pressure on the course with our special Pressure Cooker game. In fact, every podcast we do issues a clear challenge to help you lower your score and work on your weaknesses. We’ll give you actionable drills, pressure tests, and games so practicing becomes more fun…not to mention, more time efficient. If you’ve struggled to break through 100, 90 and even 80 - today’s special RedZone edition will get you back on track and create shorter putts for you. Here’s a list of the drills in this podcast: The Step Drill aka Spieth Drill (14:40 mark) The Two Ball Drill (34:26 mark) The Book Drill (36:29 mark) The Belly Button Drill (39:20 mark) And, here’s how to put the lesson from today into ACTION… First, head to the range and practice the two ball, book and belly button drill... Second, work on the Step Drill and write down your yardages on the assessment sheet below: The empty boxes are where you can add a checkmark if you hit that exact distance. If you miss, place a minute (-) in the box. Your goal is to get more checks the next time you do this drill. This is a way to keep score and create a tiny bit of pressure. Third, play the pressure cooker game and keep score. This one is more practical in terms of seeing if your step drill is helping you accurately choose the right swing and club for a particular distance. Here’s how it works: Play 9 holes from a variety of RedZone distances… for example, pick 30 yards, 60 yards, and 90 yards as target distances. Play them randomly a total of 9 holes. Keep score for each hole using the following scoring system using spot landing and not factoring in roll: 21 feet outside target pin = 0 points 16-20 feet = 1 point 11-15 feet = 2 points 6-10 feet = 3 points 1-5 feet = 4 points Hit the flagstick = 5 points And here’s how to get the most from this weeks lesson plan... Challenge of the Week Go out this week and practice a total of 3 times. Follow the layout above. End every session with the Pressure Cooker. Set a Pressure Cooker and Step Drill benchmark your first practice session and aim to beat these during every other practice session. I am convinced if you put in 30 minutes per session over three practice sessions, you can lower your score immediately. And I know for a fact you’ll be making more pars and looking at more birdies. Christian Henning
Golf: How to Get Your Brain in Order So You Can Score Better
Life is hard. Golf is harder.
Golf and life are intertwined and help propel each other forward.
Lessons learned in golf can help propel you farther in life.
This isn't your usual golf podcast, this is how to get your mind in order... divorcing your old habits and how to develop new ones.
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Rust Buster Challenge (part 2)
If you are a golfer and over 40... this is an important podcast to tune in to.
Update on the Rust Buster Challenge.
Workouts, stretching programs, golf lessons and tips on building habits that will lower your score permanently and deliver more consistency.
Group 2 starts March 21st. Sign up today.
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The Rust Buster Challenge
Last week we discussed warming up your mind for the golf season… this week we will discuss warming up your body.
Preparing your body for the season is crucial to prevent injury, perform your best, and live longer.
This Challenge isn't going to be based on results in your score or performance… rather, we are going to do a 'consistency' challenge. This means, you will score yourself based on the items we give you each day and report in.
We will be putting our http://SingleDigitBlueprint.com members through this starting next week.
There are 8 criteria… some are daily… some are one-time things.
Rich will be building one of his famous checklists to post on the main Golf Aggressive Facebook page here:
It's going to be 3 weeks, it's going to start March 14th… right after daylight savings time changes again… and who the hell thought of this bs anyway? What does it do? No one has ever given me a straightforward answer.
So… the winner of the Challenge that starts on March 14 will win three months membership into the http://singledigitblueprint.com.
So here's the hard 8 we will be focusing on during this consistency challenge:
Step 1: Regain Touch
INDOOR: End your day right before bed with 15 minutes of putting and chipping.
OUTDOOR: If weather and daylight permit, hit the public putting green for a quick 18 holes of putting and about 30 to 40 chips from various area's around the green.
Step 2: Work on Fundamentals with GTG
Use our Greasing the Groove Principle to jumpstart your fundamentals.
Use a mirror.. Then graduate to no mirror. Have a pro check your setup and alignment on driver, irons, chipping, and putting.
INDOOR: 15 minutes throughout the day, work on your setup and alignment. Rotate through driver setup and alignment, medium iron setup and alignment, putting setup and alignment, and chipping setup and alignment.
Step 3: Use Our New Practice Workout
Weather permitting, hit the practice range and green a minimum of 30 minutes 3 days per week. If weather is bad, you should still be doing Step 1 and Step 2 and making progress towards regaining feel while improving your fundamentals.
Last month we introduced a new Practice Session 'workout'. Designed just like a workout with sets, reps, and a clear focus for each session… use the basic one we laid out for 3 days a week inside the members area of http://SingleDigitBlueprint.com.
Step 4: Start Exercising
Last week we did a little survey where we gave away the Golf Body Audit… just a short workout test to see where you are physically… you can do that to measure yourself… but you need to be on a regular plan too.
Yep… if you took part in our Flatbelly Challenge, you are well aware of how important fitness is to your game. Our flatbelly challenge focuses on dropping unwanted fat and increasing flexibility and strength. We even have a walking challenge In that rich… and I'm questioning your numbers. Do you have little scooters you take partially around your neighborhood?
If you haven't started exercising yet… you need to get this going ASAP.
I think I'll release a revised 14-day jumpstart workout this week Rich… to get people a kick in the ass. What do you think about that?
It's a good start… and there's like probably a years worth of fat burning workouts inside of the SingleDigitBlueprint.com. I mean… no one has the amount of golf specific workouts we have.
Most golf fitness guys are one and done… let's make this video look super awesome. We don't roll like that. We make our shit good… great even. And we deliver results.
Give me some results from the FBC of our participants… and you know, this is how we measure the SingleDigitBlueprint.com. Results.
We don't just make a workout, make it pretty, hire a marketing firm and sell it for 10 years. We test our stuff every time… we help the students… and we get results.
Golf: How to Be Ready for Golf Season on Day 1
Knocking the rust off every year seems to take forever... it's almost as if you have gotten worse.
It doesn't need to be this way.
Today's podcast will cover how to speed up your recovery time so you start fast and improve more this season than any ever before. Neural programming, getting comfortable, and even refining your grip, setup and alignment can be done in just a few minutes per day.
In addition, Rich and I release a brand new Practice Routine 'Workout'. You can use this just like a workout to improve your game. We'll discuss what it is and how to use it... and how you can modify it to your own needs.
And if you would like access to our Single Digit Blueprint so you can QUICKLY and EASILY craft your own customized practice plan, get one on one coaching from Rich and I, and meet like minded golfers just like you, go here:
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Golf: How to Build Your Own Golf Man Cave So You Can Break 80 Facility Winter Cave
Every year, about this time… this really annoying happens in the Northern Hemisphere… I think it's called cold or something…
It gets windy, cold, and this white ice substance falls from the sky and blocks the ground so you can't swing a club… and it even has the heartless soul to be the same color as a golf ball.
And many a golfer simply writes off this time of year and packs it in… but at what cost?
By turning your neural system off every winter - you are basically accepting regression.
And it doesn't have to be this way… you don't have to regress just because winter swings around every year.
Now… here's the plan...
Build your own "winter man cave golf practice facilities so we can break 80 facility winter cave".
Use the Drills we give you… and use the GTG and games inside of the Single Digit Blueprint in your "winter man cave golf practice facilities so we can break 80 facility"
Crack a beer, turn on the big screen, and get to slapping balls.
In today's podcast we'll get down to business…
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Great mix of golf and humor
Really enjoy this podcast. It is a perfect mix of golf instruction, workout motivation, and humor (somtimes sophmoric, which is my favortie type). I look forward to each show.
Chris and Rich deliver a tried and true approach to improving your golf game, not with the tip of the day approach, but with a system for improvement. Their delivery is laid back and not full of themselves. Their format will result in lower scores, as they use assessments, specific drills, fitness and incremental improvement as the basis of the program. I have lowered my handicap by getting on board with their program, and listening to their podcasts!
Has potential if they stop the fart noises
There is some good info in these podcasts. Unfortunately, you have to endure grown men making fart noises continuously to harass each other, and hear them giggling about it like 12 year olds. There is potential for this to be a good golf podcast, but I quit listening due to the childish fart noises used throughout most episodes. Clean up the future episodes, no one wants to hear that. Then I'll come back. Cheers.