Muster your courage as today we’ll be discussing something that many leisurely golfers actively try to avoid – playing golf in the rain. Whilst it’s true that many players initially see a drop in their performance, we’re here to tell you that it’s not all doom and gloom. As a matter of fact, there’s no reason why – with the right preparation and plenty of persistence – you can’t play well in wet weather. We’ve put together 11 tips to better arm you against inclement weather and give you the confidence to get out on the green come rain or shine.
Unfortunately, most of us amateur and recreational golfers don’t have the budget to pay for a professional caddie – as brilliant as that would be – so the next best thing for moving your gear around the green is an electric golf trolley. Affectionately known amongst the golfing community as a ‘leccy’, an electric golf trolley is a battery powered cart that transports your golf bag and equipment for you. Continue reading “4 Surprising Ways an Electric Golf Trolley Benefits Your Game”
Times are changing in the world of commuting. As pollution increases and getting to work becomes more frustrating and expensive, the need for a cheaper, cleaner, and more sustainable travel solution gets more important every day – and a strong contender for this is the electric bike. Continue reading “Should I Use an Electric Bike to Commute? The Benefits of E Bike Commuting”
From the outside, golf may seem like a relaxed and languid sport. The reality – as all we golfing fanatics know – is that golf is very demanding on mind and body with miles of walking and plenty of shots in between. If you are really serious about getting the most out of the sport and your game, you need to ensure that you maintain a good posture and don’t put unnecessary stress on your body. Continue reading “Which Golf Trolley is Best: A Useful Guide”
Electric bikes – also known as ebikes – have an electric motor and battery which assist the rider as they pedal. Other than this they are, in many ways, exactly the same as a normal bike. Having motor assistance gives those would struggle to use a push bike – for example, those recovering from injury, suffering with joint problems or asthma – the opportunity to get back out on the road. Continue reading “Which Electric Bike is Best: A Useful Guide”
Bioflow wristbands are designed to improve blood flow, help reduce inflammation and restore the body’s own natural pH levels by assisting the removal of free-radicals such as such as lactic acid and carbon dioxide, Bioflow Sport conforms with the highly regarded Medical Devices Directive and has approval as a Class 1 Medical Device in the UK and Europe.
“Bioflow’s credibility and innovative approach to magnetic therapy led me to choose them as a partner. The wristbands are so comfortable to wear and are a valuable part of my equipment.” – Lee Westwood
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A recent study that looked at 150,000 British adults between the ages of 40 and 69, and compared the health between cyclists with motorists, suggests that swapping your car for a cycle during your daily commute to work can bring considerable health benefits.
Studies conducted into Alzheimer’s disease has shown that regular cardiovascular exercise can be a great tool to help protect the brain and possibly delay the onset of Alzheimer’s symptoms. Activities such as running can offer an effective method of slowing down the progression of the disease.
We all know that training on a treadmill can sometimes become quite monotonous, especially during the winter when we have less chance to break the routine with a run outdoors. No one likes running on icy roads or pavements made slippery with rain or wet leaves.
Whether you are trying to get fit, lose a few pounds in weight, or just tone up to feel better in your own skin, going to a gym can be the quickest and most effective way to achieve your goals.