G&B’S DIRECTOR OF FITNESS FEATURED IN THE NY POST

Recently, a video went viral of what was believed to be an unorthodox workout of man doing pelvic thrusts in the gym attached to a contraption. Shortly following, a clip of pro golfer Justin Thomas sweating in a similarly erotic motion circulated on Twitter. When the New York Post looked for comment, Kirk Adams, Golf & Body director of fitness commented on the validity if its application, saying "it’s an advanced version of a classic gym-rat move; an explosive version of the squat." So should golfers now incorporate this into their workout routine? Read more at https://nypost.com/2018/11/13/do-those-viral-humping-exercises-really-work/