It helps tremendously in my opinion. I do a lot of cardio and crossfit so the water need is there. Even when I just lifted for strength and BB, I still drank a gallon a day but back then it was brewed green tea that i drank cold. That made it a lot easier. I'm trying to make myself drink just plain water, but for some reason, I'm finding it more difficult now. I'm thinking the bottle will do the trick. I am using an 8oz glass while at work and filling it from a gallon container. I don't have ice though. It's just cold from the container in the fridge. If I had ice, I could drink the crap out of it. But for me to get ice, I would have to walk down the hall every time the ice melted.
All good ideas guys!
Absolutely! I don't know how that would make me feel going into my crossfit class though..haha! The ice water would for sure make it easier for me too. I just don't have ice handy where I work. I guess I could bring my water in a big cooler jug with ice in it...
Thanks for writing up LSW but I feel the need to mention that our book was nearly 100% complete well in advance of ESC's publication, and only because we went to print a month after it was published were we even able to make a few changes to add in stats from ESC that backed our own statements, studies, etc.
You implied or stated that LSW was derivative work or that we kind of "relied" on ESC far more than we did. We used it to bolster a few things, but 99% of what's in LSW is our own and was written before ESC was even published.
ESC, IMO, is also largely about PGA Tour pros, while Broadie has very little information or stats and has studied the amateur golfer comparatively little. LSW focuses primarily on the 99% of golfers who aren't making a living on the PGA Tour.
Just spent 30 minutes with a Ping fitter and I think he corrected my problem. About a year ago I delofted my driver from 10 to 9 degrees. He said that when you do that it slightly opens the face and therefore more of my shots will go right if I do not close the club face when addressing the ball.
We will see on Thursday morning if this actually improves my fairway accuracy or not. It did improve in the digital driving bay at PGA Tour Store, but nothing simulated golf like it does on the course.