Pressure for some is like yips, it’s a uncontrolled action people do due to them lack the ability to stay in the moment so many try to fix that with technique. I see a swede alexander Noren for example switching to a cross hand grip for putting, as he cant handle the pressure. Now in other sports like miniature golf they use that as a dominate move due to them also use special balls that are heavy and works differently. A cross hand grip is worse than a normal putting grip due to your missing the feel.
Feel is key, if you cant handle the pressure, make the player able to focus in the moment there be no pressure then. Nick Faldo’s career was ruined by Leadbetter due to Faldo always believed he was the weak player due to technical things. When his dynamic action was gone he lost his game and couldn’t compete anymore with the big boys all thanks to Leadbetter.
So I make Hans better, if he tells me he cant play due to some shitty reason I don’t tell him to change his technique I tell him to change his mind about that stuff.
I research consistency and how to create that 2-4% dispersion which btw if Hans is able to have that he will be the guy to beat in any competition he plays at. I research skills and putting and other things and currently I am investigating the address set up and position. I don’t look at Mike Austin there as I look into Moe Norman. Now some will say Moe hit it straight sure but short. I say yes true question is if you use a different motion with whatever he was doing you might end up hitting it way long and also really straight.
I defined that tempo needs to be perfect, so I found a way to make that happen to Hans, he is likely the only player soon out there playing perfect tempo golf. Add a 2-4% dispersion pattern as his normal average one you can then understand when he is doing a little better he will just hit the ball closer to hole than anyone expect maybe Moe was able to. I also devised a strategy from Nicklaus, all this I found out there, and then either took it on as it was or modified it slightly.
Its all about the result to be better to do your best.
Once done, it just makes whatever Hans is able to do easier to make happen.
I check things in order, swing motion, done, so then its consistency and done so next are other things like address set up and such to find and define if there is things there to make it easier to do what you want to do. Just because people teach golf don’t mean they understand how to do it. I met teachers in school that was so sucky at their job they should have been a professor or such instead. I met doctors I wanted to kill.
I just hate being taught things that don’t work. I have no issue spending time learning things if they do work. Often they do work but not the way the trainers tells you as they don’t even know what happens in their own field.
I have yet to see any information from Bandler and Grinder about the one variable I defined that make NLP work or not. I don’t expect them to be able to do it either.
Pressure is like anything else, it either helps you play better or make you worse and weak. I love whenever people think what I do don’t work when I gone up on stage and demonstrated how a dyslexic can go from dyslexia to a normal reader like you or me in an hour. Try that if you’re a teacher or a scientist.
I used the NOTNLP protocol on stage in class to remove fear and adrenalin boost like no NLP is able to do and then used it to elicit a working experience after 20 years.
What works, what produces result is seldom what people tell you it is as we get the hang up on the secret.
I asked Hans to practice variation, so now he also swing from the left. He got a lefty club. It will make him better. To practice perfect you cant do it the way people believe it works. I recently devised a huge change in how to practice beyond what the talent code is able to do and state. Once you understand its baseline, your skill level is going to skyrocket and you be better than you ever dreamed possible to be.
The problem is you cant practice the way the talent code tells you to do it, its not what actually works to produce the result those kids did have. I ask if I teach a class then all of them will have the same level of skills and then it’s a question of very small difference in the result they should produce, so for me if a trainer is able to produce one good instead of 10 in the same class of 10 then for me whatever they do isn’t working the way they say it does if it did then all 10 should have the same level of skills and they don’t so for me the talent code is flawed.
Now I know intuitively why this works I am able to produce the result myself and I recently got Hans to go there.
Doing it perfect
is learning by doing it imperfect.
So I got this data collected now to be able to formulate a working hypothesis. I applied it for Hans, Larry and others, but I cant tell them how it works as it’s a work in progress, I do know why it works.
Its like riding a bike, first you try and once you understand how to coordinate your body to do it, then you can just do it. Your brain then moves information so you cant access how you did learn it.
You now can just do it.
Now Joseph Riggio answered me on facebook where I posted the statement with this,
Quote” Doing it perfect is learning that you’ve done it imperfect(ly).” end Quote”
I disagree, that’s old thinking.
Learning to do it perfectly for example isn’t don’t that way or the way the talent code does think it do or how Joe believes it.