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Korean Barbecue Sauce can go just about anywhere regular barbecue sauce can go, but is also wonderful with stir fries, lettuce wraps, fried rice; this sauce is an instant flavor boost to almost any food!

Korean Barbecue Sauce can go just about anywhere regular barbecue sauce can go, but is also wonderful with stir fries, lettuce wraps, fried rice; this sauce is an instant flavor boost to almost any food!

Sergio Garcia Slow Motion Iron Swing PGA Tour http://www.powerchalk.com/video/14684_1AC4253E-05DB-FA4B-E7AF-11722BB198A0/play

Sergio Garcia Slow Motion Iron Swing PGA Tour http://www.powerchalk.com/video/14684_1AC4253E-05DB-FA4B-E7AF-11722BB198A0/play

What is the difference between compound and isolation movements? Are compound or isolation exercises preferred? When should I incorporate these movements into my strength training regimen? Visit for full article on compound and isolation exercises. #strengthtraining #compound #fatloss

What is the difference between compound and isolation movements? Are compound or isolation exercises preferred? When should I incorporate these movements into my strength training regimen? Visit for full article on compound and isolation exercises. #strengthtraining #compound #fatloss

The perfect backswing in one easy drill It’s a... — Swing by Swing Golf

The perfect backswing in one easy drill It’s a... — Swing by Swing Golf

HIGH HANDICAPPER: Get a Grip on Your Takeaway Many golfers abruptly snatch the club away at the start of the takeaway, cupping their left wrist. This lifting action creates a number of different problems, most notably a narrowing of your swing's arc and an open clubface. To maximize your power, you need to swing the club back on a slower, wider arc, so that your left wrist remains firm and doesn't break down. To prevent this early wrist break, focus on moving the butt end of the grip away…

HIGH HANDICAPPER: Get a Grip on Your Takeaway Many golfers abruptly snatch the club away at the start of the takeaway, cupping their left wrist. This lifting action creates a number of different problems, most notably a narrowing of your swing's arc and an open clubface. To maximize your power, you need to swing the club back on a slower, wider arc, so that your left wrist remains firm and doesn't break down. To prevent this early wrist break, focus on moving the butt end of the grip away…