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Robert Yang has a master’s degree in human nutrition and is a certified nutritionist.  He is a strength and conditioning specialist, a CHEK Level 4 practitioner and an advisory board member with the Titleist Performance Institute.  He specializes in nutrition, sports performance and lifestyle coaching. His integrative and individualized programs have helped athletes and individuals improve performance, prevent injuries, and improve health and vitality.

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Hole-in-One Nutrition ABOUT ME:

I hold a postgraduate degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport. I am a certified nutritionist and a certified strength and conditioning specialist and have been working in the fitness industry for over twenty years. I have worked in the fitness industry with an array of athletes from the X-Games, UFC, MLB, NFL, NHL, PGA and LPGA. My background in strength and conditioning gives me a unique perspective in regards to what an athlete’s nutritional needs are for their sport. Since 2004, I’ve been the nutritionist for the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) in Oceanside, California. This has given me the opportunity to work with a variety of players with many unique and different health problems or performance issues.  On a daily basis, I consult with players who are confused about what to eat for optimal performance on the course. A common statement is, “Rob, I’m so confused about nutrition.  I don’t know what to eat.” Google has made it too easy to get information at your fingertips but not necessarily the right kind. This is what I call “paralysis with analysis,” where golfers read too much information and are overloaded. As a nutritionist and strength coach, I’m here to give sport nutrition an overhaul. I have the advantage of being in both worlds. Sometimes a new theory on protein may come out and be touted as the new Holy Grail! Sometimes it may look good on paper but doesn’t pan out on the course or in the gym. As you read on, I will give you evidence-based recommendations and “real world” evidence that I have personally gathered working with PGA and LPGA golfers and the average player.
Hole-in-One Nutrition ABOUT ME: I hold a postgraduate degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport. I am a certified nutritionist and a certified strength and conditioning specialist and have been working in the fitness industry for over twenty years. I have worked in the fitness industry with an array of athletes from the X-Games, UFC, MLB, NFL, NHL, PGA and LPGA. My background in strength and conditioning gives me a unique perspective in regards to what an athlete’s nutritional needs are for their sport. Since 2004, I’ve been the nutritionist for the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) in Oceanside, California. This has given me the opportunity to work with a variety of players with many unique and different health problems or performance issues. On a daily basis, I consult with players who are confused about what to eat for optimal performance on the course. A common statement is, “Rob, I’m so confused about nutrition. I don’t know what to eat.” Google has made it too easy to get information at your fingertips but not necessarily the right kind. This is what I call “paralysis with analysis,” where golfers read too much information and are overloaded. As a nutritionist and strength coach, I’m here to give sport nutrition an overhaul. I have the advantage of being in both worlds. Sometimes a new theory on protein may come out and be touted as the new Holy Grail! Sometimes it may look good on paper but doesn’t pan out on the course or in the gym. As you read on, I will give you evidence-based recommendations and “real world” evidence that I have personally gathered working with PGA and LPGA golfers and the average player.