Its a trick…

Many think practice makes them do things better. But that isn’t true.

Anything we do the brain figures out what to do to coordinate things if your able to have a good idea where your going. Doing a skateboard trick or learning to juggle is the same, its a point when the brain, kicks into gear.

When that happens your able to almost gets it done, you juggle a few but its not automatic but your nearly getting it. At some point the brain cracks it open it figures out how to coordinate.

When that happens all the work, the frustration people usually have ┬┤vanish as you can just do it now.

It never goes away, it never needs practice anymore.

Its like anything else we do, we can just do it.

But people don’t train that way in golf, they teach you to focus on things, practice drills and what not. It messes with the trick.

You work skills, you apply variation and at some point your brain can bring this into awareness. In physical work Ross wife does the ability to move the muscles exactly for cerebral palsy kids allows them at some point to reach a can do awareness their brain reach a high enough signal value so the brain can notice you to this is how to move this leg as this.

I long suspected all that work can be done fully mentally for the cerebral palsy due to how mirror neurons works and be less work and pain related but to do such a study would take time and a lot of money. Its an interest I have.

Anyhow, once enough variation been applied with skills you will be able to start doing things as soon your brain kicks into the coordination.

It took this guy a year to learn to ride a bike the other way.

Its not so easy but once you figured the trick out, it is