I would like to take the time to congratulate “No Mullarkey” client, Cheyenne Woods for landing her very first cover. She is currently gracing the cover of Women’s Golf Journal. I am sure this will be the first of many as embarks on her third season as an LPGA Pro.
I have had the pleasure of working with her during her short breaks in her off season since 2014. We were working together when she earned her LPGA status at Q-School in 2015. I give this gal lots of credit for setting her goal and making it happen. Not only did she become an LPGA Pro, but she is now entering her third season after placing in the top 100. Women’s golf is very competitive and retaining pro status each year is not an easy task.
Golf, like any sport, requires a fit body and strong mind. Golf is a very mental sport and being fit can only help you stay strong mentally. I remember back when I was playing Division 1 Field Hockey at Kent State University, I was a few minutes late to my 7 am class because I was coming from a 5 am practice. My professor knew I was a student athlete and told the class, “A healthy body makes a healthy mind”. I often find myself telling my clients the same thing. I am pretty sure that Cheyenne and any pro golfer out there would agree.
It has been so awesome seeing Cheyenne in the media and it is much deserved. I recall attending her LPGA party at her family’s house when she first earned her status. On the wall her mom had hung a poster that Cheyenne had made when she was just 12 years old. Each goal that she had on the poster has pretty much been accomplished, one of which was playing on the LPGA tour. One goal that has not yet been met, winning a Major! Keep your eyes open for this gal to go after that goal like she has all the others throughout her life. I couldn’t be more proud of her and am very excited to see what her 2017 season has in store.
If you are a golfer looking to improve your overall fitness and flexibility, feel free to reach out. I would love to help you accomplish your golf goals with my Golf Specific Training Program.
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