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Fitness & Wellness

“Life has certainly changed, and so have my priorities. But one thing that hasn’t is my approach to wellness and fitness. I would still like to work out and be active several times each week.”

Be Active

“Of course, whatever the reason is for working out, it’s important to be active to stay healthy and young.”

Strength & Mobility

“When I competed, golf was obviously my primary focus, and my workout routines were mainly driven by how I could lower my scores. Specifically, I tried to increase my strength for faster club head and ball speed, to create better muscle control and to prevent injuries. So, I spent a lot of time lifting weights to get stronger while also increasing my mobility.”

Fitness & Wellness

“Nowadays as a mom of two, my focus is a bit different, as is my available time. Therefore, I’ve decreased my gym time in favor of more outdoor activities, developing an appetite for different challenges like triathlons and 10K's and half marathons. This has proven to be very interesting.”


“Obviously golf is a sport, but when you look at it from a well-being standpoint, it contributes on so many levels. It promotes muscular and cardiovascular health, as well as the benefits of being outside and being social. It also requires you to think.”


"Lay on your stomach and then prop yourself up on your elbows and toes, lifting your midsection by pulling your abs towards the ceiling. Make sure your back is straight and keeps the abs tucked in and engaged. Squeeze the glutes together and hold for up to 30 seconds, 3-5 times with 10-20 second breaks in between."


"These will build strong legs and help protect the spine and knees. With feet shoulder-width apart, squat by initiating the movement with your hips moving back until your thighs are at least parallel to the floor. Perform 3-5 sets of 8-10 reps, slow on the way down and faster on the way up."


"Start in the pushup position and lift your abs to the ceiling. Begin the push-up by letting your elbows move to the side and lower your midsection slowly as far down as you are comfortable with. Push up with both your arms and pull your abs to the ceiling. This will make sure you body stays connected throughout the exercise. Perform 3 sets of 8-10 reps."

Favorite Ab Workouts

Russian twists
Bicycle kicks
Mountain climbers
Flutter kicks

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