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GOLF NUTRITION WITH ROBERT YANG
by Jhulsbrain
Dec 10, 2014 / 24 comments

GOLF NUTRITION WITH ROBERT YANG
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24 Comments
Hdw1998 December 10, 2014 15:10:16

Sted Head 

Brutalist December 10, 2014 15:21:25

A couple of Twixes and I’m good

    spookyfish December 10, 2014 15:21:25

    +Mathew Tuomey Have you tried Musclefood.com? They do a lot of stuff like
    that

    Mathew Tuomey December 10, 2014 15:21:25

    good points about the water!
    Wheres the best place/website to get a massive bag of Jerky in the UK as
    its fairly expensive in little bags in supermarkets?
    Also do you guys meal prep?

Richard Gaule December 10, 2014 17:16:52

Excellent video ! I’ve seen that most of the pros eat beef jerky made by
one of the caddies…..if it’s good enough for tiger and the likes, it’s
good enough for me!

I’m in dire need of changing my diet and this should really help ! Sounds
like I’ll be adding a fry up to my pre round breakfast too

gabriel moreno December 10, 2014 17:37:25

Last week I had a footlong with onions and mustard after the 9th hole.
Wasn’t a good choice by the 16 hole

Julian Meier December 10, 2014 18:32:21

Really interesting, many thanks! I basically don’t know why I post the
following here, but there is another really easy help to improve
performance on the weekend. You just need to get your body used to these
“dry periods”. Lots of people during the week just eat a little bit here,
have a glass of water there whenever it comes in their mind or is offered
(which is often). When you organise yourself a little bit to have
breakfast, lunch and dinner and drink maybe half a liter of water every two
hours instead of a mouthful now and then, your body knows about these
periods of 2-4/4-6 hours of only little income. If you want to have a
snack, have one snack between meals, not five or ten snacks. Your body will
remember these periods on your 18 holes on the weekend and offers much
better energy levels. Ask your fitness coach. I better get some sleep now
as I start to post comments on youtube.

ps: I would love to see more videos about how to improve your game during
the week like you did with the titleist stretching stuff. that four-sit
kills my glutes while watching your videos. ;-)

jonathan martin December 10, 2014 18:37:35

Dufner didn’t watch this video. 

Channelqinyang December 11, 2014 4:54:04

The nutrition on course was very overlooked, glad you’re making a video
about it. I recently almost had a meltdown on the last 9 holes, my body and
my mood simply free fell and i had worst round in month. All because of the
low blood sugar. So will keep the information in mind and not make the same
mistake again! Cheers!

mike smith December 11, 2014 11:22:59

So I’m guessing a 90% sugar diet, with no salt, mostly cookies, diet coke,
and an occasional health food starbucks mocha wouldn’t be something you
would recommend. Works for me and I’m 82 and drive about 280(unless I cut
back on the chocolate.)

Lionel M O P December 11, 2014 13:08:47

Hey How about nuts and dry fruit!!!!!!!

Lt. Weinberg December 11, 2014 13:27:39

would you guys please keep making videos but stop wearing the same outfit i
mean twinning too hard man

streamleazefishhouse December 11, 2014 13:44:13

Some research is suggesting saturated fat isn’t as bad as science has led
us to believe, 

Mark Reed December 11, 2014 17:34:26

You boys are getting good, great videos lads

    Meandmygolf December 11, 2014 17:34:26

    +Mark Reed Thanks Mark. Glad you like the video.

Barry Oakland December 12, 2014 4:38:46

Vegetables lads not vegatables 7:25 in. Not trying to be clever just
trying to help!
Really enjoying the stuff coming out of the states especially the TPI
stuff, doing the stretches every day and also the exercises to build up the
glutes! Keep ’em coming.

    Meandmygolf December 12, 2014 4:38:46

    +Barry Oakland Thanks for the comment. Glad you are liking the videos. We
    were excited about this content as it is important in how we coach.

Tim Dixon December 13, 2014 6:10:06

Porridge for breakfast with fruit and nuts, sugar/honey and milk/cream…
Oats are already the breakfast of choice for many athletes and also for
dieters, who find the high fibre levels give them energy for longer.

    Meandmygolf December 13, 2014 6:10:06

    +Tim Dixon Gotta love porridge in the mornings Tim. I have mine with
    cinnamon and blueberries.

Jay Smooth December 14, 2014 20:08:23

Beer counts as a carb!

Phill Rudd December 16, 2014 2:12:49

So you’re pretty screwed if you don’t like eggs….or are a vegetarian!

Christian V Petersen January 7, 2015 6:22:43

Excellent video!!!
Will use this when the season starts!
Also good to hear that bacon is a must eat – thats what I heard :)

    Meandmygolf January 7, 2015 6:22:43

    +Christian V Petersen Ha ha. Can’t beat a bit of bacon to start the day!

Liria Echarri October 4, 2015 5:04:32

Wow! I can finally understand the root of my salt cravings. I had been
wondering for such a long time.

Thanks!

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