A template is a frame that fits in a particular way, its based on what works.
Once the template was formed then the coding to develop the instruction manual took place.
- The power move.
- The pivot impact move
- The swing move.
Over the weeks I worked on getting things working within the framework of the template. I had to find ways to teach a particular movement since if I couldn’t do it for some reason i found a way to isolate the movement to do it.
During this it become obvious that coordination was at best, difficult to get right not to say if I ever could. Yesterday I had a breakthrough based on perceptions and my work with the brain then overlapped into golf it made sense and went and hit a bucket and was striping things.
I knew one thing, this I can do.
Still got a few things to improve but ball striking was working. I knew I can swing any club now without any issues what so ever. It was done, completed the task of finding the code for the golf swing to fit the framework of the template.
Having a template means you know what should be there to make it work. It don’t mean you can do it but knowing what needs to be there however allows you a sorting program for feedback to include what should be there vs what shouldn’t. The code to transfer skills and I call them “moves” as your moving to include the skills needed are training formats that teaches you the skills needed as your isolating the movements one needs to have.
so for me it took 6 weeks to have a swing that wont go away ever.
I still need to work on some take away and back swing still as I have 25 years of movements learned that will be next on the list to do.
My knowledge and understanding why golf been difficult to learn has taken a quantum leap along the way. If I can transform my swing and amateur mechanics after 25 or so years into a pro level down the line means one can start rewriting the difficulty factor into something else.