These are some of my favorite disc golf instructional videos. These focus on the forehand throw. I am right-handed, so I find forehand most useful when I am trying to curve the disc from left to right. I also use forehand when I want to keep the throw lower and when I need to hit a close gap.SEE MORE
It’s been about two years since I signed up with Noom, and I feel great!
That’s not to say that I don’t fail more now than when I started. I do. For example, last night I had the equivalent of 4 servings of Barbara’s Spoonfuls, my favorite cereal. That’s 4 cups of a “red” food. Not a perfect choice.
In my defense, I had only eaten a small meal around 9am, and when I finally was able to eat again at 5pm, I was pretty hungry. Also, I added fresh blueberries, so that makes it better, right? (It does, but…)
Another plus was that I bought some walnut milk to try out, and I was able to use it on the cereal. I like it! My go-to is cashew milk, but walnut milk is definitely delicious. Only slightly nutty, and with a thick, rich texture.
So, yes, I fail, and fail often.
However, when I looked over my article from a year ago, I see that back then I was eating way too much sugar. I don’t do that any more. I got off the ice cream and cookie kick I was on.
Cutting way back on sweets, I think, has also helped the arthritis in my right index finger and right big toe, because sugar is known to encourage inflammation, so keeping my sugar levels lower as I get older is one of my goals.
Unfortunately, my sleep is still not great. I still struggle to get back to sleep after I wake in the middle of the night. I am resigned to that, although I hope someday I’ll sleep better, because those occasional nights when I make it all the way through 6.5 to 7 hours of solid sleep feel so good!Continue reading “Noom is still great after two years!”
These are some of my favorite disc golf instructional videos. I categorize these as “general” because they don’t fit in the other categories I created.SEE MORE
These are some of my favorite disc golf videos for putting. Putting is the one piece of the game that everyone can do somewhat equally with enough practice. If I could consistently make putts from 30-45 feet, I could win much more often.SEE MORE