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November 5, 2014

CGP Ep42 Glass&Gill Show #6: Madrid Fun!

There is a time for coaching and then there is time for fun. Can fun and coaching coexist? I always say that a perfect training session is when the athlete leaves with sweat on their brow, smile on their face and they are moving better, feeling better and performing better. Some athletes perform at their […]
November 2, 2014

Coach Glass WGFS TED Talk

If you missed the World Golf Fitness Summit you can watch the TED Talks we did on the @mytpi Youtube channel. It was a ton of fun and a unique opportunity to perform a 12 minute talk to 750 people. If you know the Glassman you know I like to talk. Taking a topic which […]
October 29, 2014

CGP Ep41 Dynamic Scapular Stability

So lets just say that I am wondering around the World Golf Fitness Summit and I found a magic lantern. I rub the lantern and a magic genie comes out of the bottle. “ I am the Magic hit the dam ball farther genie! I will grant you 3 wishes” Rub the genie bottle and […]
October 22, 2014

CGP Ep40 Glass & Gill Show #5

You asked for it and you got it! Another batch of #Edumatainment with Lance Gill @lgp_inc and yours truly. Topics include marketing, team building and so much more. You need to surround yourself with talented professionals to truly succeed in the coaching industry. How do you create a team that works? Take care of your […]
October 20, 2014

Athlete: Upper Cross Syndrome Corrective Exercises

Try these simple but very effective exercises to remove the “C” Posture or Upper Cross Syndrome. If you want to learn more about what Upper Cross Syndrome is then slide on over to the Coaches section and check out the “Coaches: Upper Cross Syndrome” Video. Train hard and correct your posture for better function and […]
October 20, 2014

Coaches: Upper Cross Syndrome

Coaches: In this video Coach Glass breaks down Upper Cross Syndrome. The causes, what to look for and more importantly how to fix it! Sedentary lifestyle, bad posture and sitting at the computer all day are common causes of UPS. The pecs get short and taut, the lower traps become inhibited. This rolls the scapula […]