• We are often told that there is a perfect swing, or that every individual has an optimal model. But with individual variations of height, weight, limb length, point specific strength, power production profile, flexibility profile, previous sporting experiences, previous life experiences, ligament/tendon attachments, injuries/limitations, genetic motor patterns and a million other elements, it is ludicrous […]

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  • How to Change your Golf Technique

    Some people never do this; some people do it too much. Regardless of your philosophy on change, you are never going to get better if something doesn’t change. Now, that may be as simple as to continue with your current swing which slices the ball, and simply work on ingraining it deeper so you at least slice […]

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  • Block Vs Random Practice

      Whilst this article could fill a dissertation (and I am not known for my bite sized articles), I will try to keep this briefer than it should be. There are two main types of practice you can perform. One is called ‘block’ practice and the other is called ‘random’ practice. They both can be […]

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  • Effective Warm up for Golf

    Most good golfers will perform a good warm up, but even I myself have been guilty of just picking the 7 iron up and beating balls on the range. However, if it were to be a tournament day, I would approach a warm up very specifically. In reality, your tournament days and practice days should […]

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  • In THIS ARTICLE HERE we looked at how learning can sometimes be a little wavy rather than purely linear. Through practicing patience during the start of the session, you can continue to push the boundaries further. One thing I have noticed however, especially amongst more experienced players, is the ‘elastic band theory’ (EBT) of learning. […]

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  •   I wrote last week CLICK HERE about how learning sometimes has a little delay whilst the neurons in your brain are strengthening and being myelinated over time. This article continues on from that, and introduces the up and down nature of learning. When you are learning something new, often you can progress quite nicely […]

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  • Delayed Learning

    One of the biggest lessons I can pass down to someone learning golf, or anything, from my experiences as a player is this – patience. Although not one of the key factors in learning, it certainly helps. This is just a quick article to allow you to understand the learning process a little more, and […]

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