A Guide to Conscious Living

WATER • drink it.

AIR • breathe it.

FIRE • be passionate.

EARTH • eat from it.

ENERGY • go outside.

This is a simple guide to living a conscious and healthy lifestyle. By drinking water, breathing clean air, being passionate and engaged in life, eating nutritious food from the earth, and getting outside to connect with nature and stay active, you can improve your overall well-being. Remember to also practice self care and manage stressors in your life.

  1. Water: “Drink up and stay hydrated, mind, body and soul 💦 #seeitsimply #water”
  2. Air: “Breathe in, breathe out. Clear your mind and renew your energy 🌬️ #seeitsimply #air”
  3. Fire: “Let your passion burn bright and ignite your soul 🔥 #seeitsimply #fire”
  4. Earth: “Ground yourself and connect with the earth. Nourish your body with its bounty 🌱 #seeitsimply #earth”
  5. Energy: “Get outside and soak up that natural energy. Recharge and rejuvenate 🌞 #seeitsimply #energy”

The Lovetuner: Meditation and Breathing Device

The Lovetuner is a product that is marketed as a mindfulness tool that aligns individuals with the 528 Hz frequency, which is said to be the vibration of love. The creators of the Lovetuner claim that by using the Lovetuner in conjunction with deep breathing exercises, individuals can reduce stress and anxiety, promote feelings of unity and equality, and improve overall well-being. The Lovetuner is claimed to work by aligning the water molecules in the body with the 528 Hz frequency, which is said to create a feeling of calm and relaxation. The company states that the Lovetuner is designed for people of all ages and that it is a “must-have” accessory to improve health, inner peace, and to reduce stress. They also claim that the Lovetuner is a global peace & love movement and the feedback they receive is heartwarming and humbling. It is important to note that there is limited scientific evidence to support these claims and it should be used with caution.

Lovetuner 528hz 💗

Golf is Not a Game of Perfect

Bob Rotella’s book “Golf is Not a Game of Perfect” has been a game changer for me. I first picked up the book in my early 20s and it has had a tremendous impact on my golf game and my overall approach to life.

The book is all about the mental side of golf and how to develop a positive mindset that can help you improve your game. Rotella emphasizes the importance of accepting that golf is a difficult game, and that perfection is not the goal. Instead, the goal is to enjoy the game and strive for improvement. This was a mindset shift that I needed in my early 20s as I was just starting to play golf and was often frustrated by my lack of progress.

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TRX Exercises for Golfers

Golf is a sport that requires a combination of strength, power, and flexibility in order to achieve optimal performance. While many golfers focus on their swing and technique, it’s important to also incorporate a fitness routine that targets the specific muscles used in the golf swing.

One of the best ways to target these muscles is through the use of TRX suspension training. TRX training is a form of functional training that uses straps suspended from the ceiling to provide resistance and support for the body. This type of training can be done anywhere, making it a convenient option for golfers.

Here are five TRX exercises that can help improve your golf game:

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Always a Coach

When my sister was born, I was already 9 years old. The day she was born, was the first day I reported to duty for fast pitch ‘rag ball’. A few practices in, and I worked my way into the starting pitcher role.

The picture above is me a year or so later in Phoenix retelling what happened that day to my sister, my first student. To this day, I remember my first starting pitching role all so clearly: Continue reading “Always a Coach”