We all know that I love the game of golf, but most people don’t know that my wife secretly loves the game too. When we first met she thought it was completely silly, and laughed at the thought of playing it. Time passed and she slowly started to gain an interest. I think it started to sink-in after the 2010 Masters. Who doesn’t get all jazzed after watching that golf tournament?
She started practicing everyday for about a month. I was thrilled that she found that much excitement. But, all of a sudden she stopped her practice sessions. When I asked her why, she said she had “lost the drive”. I understood exactly what she was talking about, as I had previously burnt out on golf before. Instead of giving up, I told her that a break from the game would do her well. She thought the same and put down the clubs for a couple weeks.
My wife loves to exercise. She is all about proper supplementation–you know, the protein powder and all of that stuff. Now that she dropped the golf, she decided she needed to pickup her exercise routine. She did a little internet research and found out that there are pre-workout supplements designed specifically for women. They are geared to boost energy and kick one’s workout into the next gear. She found this website and has never looked back. She has more energy than I have ever seen. She tells me her workouts at the gym have kicked up a notch.
Then out of the blue she says, “I’m ready to get back into golf”. To be honest, I was a little surprised. At first I thought her initial golf phase was an attempt to make me happy (showing me she cared), but it turns out she has the itch for the game I love. She said the pre-workouts for women are the greatest thing ever invented. Now, she puts in long driving range sessions; her game has elevated so quickly.
Her favorite one is the Chick Pump. I’m sure there are other reputable brands out there.
What’s the moral of the story? First, it is an awesome experience to see your wife enjoy the game you love. I couldn’t be happier that she likes to play golf. Second, pre-workout supplements (now for women) seem to be the real deal. I’ve actually heard of many PGA Tour pros that are starting to use these supplements. My wife loves them and I am strongly considering giving them a try.
Check out this great video that explains pre-workouts. Happy golf practicing everyone!