Monday, December 20, 2010
Utah ranks #1 in Forbes Magazine annual rating of
"The Best States for Business and Careers."
The Best States ranking measures six categories for business including costs, current economic climate, growth prospects, labor supply, quality of life and regulatory environment.
The Forbes article also went on to say that while the total employment in the U.S. has shrunk over the past five years, in Utah it actually increased 1.5% annually . . . that's fourth-best in the nation!
Read the entire article here.
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Proper posture is one of the most important basic fundamentals that a good player must have. Without good posture, solid ball striking is almost impossible. Imagine that, inconsistent ball striking may not have anything to do with your golf swing! Try these quick and easy tips to give your posture a check-up:
1. Stand straight up and down without a club with your back about 6 inches from a wall, feet shoulder distance apart, and RELAX. Your spine should be straight and your shoulders should be level. Notice and correct any tilting.
2. Keeping your back and knees straight, push your hips back until your butt touches the wall behind you and let your arms hang down in front of you over your toes. Butt out, not tucked under or down. Back straight, not rounded. Your neck should be in alignment with your spine, don’t drop your chin. I see this sometimes when a golfer has bifocals and has to drop their chin to see the ball! If that is not your case, if you feel like you need to drop your chin to see the ball, you may not be tilted over enough.
3. Now SOFTEN your knees slightly bending them just a little and put your weight on the balls of your feet, balanced. Not too much on your toes or heels. Your butt will move off of the wall when you move your weight to the balls of your feet.
4. This is an athletic ready position common to many sports. Getting ready to receive a serve in tennis is a good example. Your legs feel lively and you could move to either side quickly and in good balance.
5. Where your arms are hanging in front of you is the correct distance away from your body that your hands should be when you grip the club. . . . . Not crowded and not reaching out too far.
6. Turn sideways and check your posture in a mirror or in a reflection of a glass window or door. Adjust until your back is straight, chin up, butt out, weight on balls of feet, and balanced!
Thursday, November 4, 2010
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Wednesday, November 3, 2010
The St. George Real Estate market could be on the rise with food manufacturer, Litehouse Inc., bringing more than 160 new jobs to the area and investing $10 million in our local community! The facility is expected to be open in Hurricane early 2011. What great news for our community as well as the Real Estate market!
WELCOME LITEHOUSE, INC!
Monday, November 1, 2010
The Hindi Home Team is excited to start filling this page full of local Real Estate updates, news, hot buys, as well as the latest golf news and tips from your local PGA/LPGA golf professional, Sarah Hindi! Please dont hesitate to leave a comment if you stop by, we would love to hear your thoughts or feedback.