More on Deliberate Practice
We have been learning even more about skill-building and the value of deliberate practice. Skill is the ability to anticipate ahead of where you are while shooting. To hit a moving target, we must see it where it is and shoot where it will be.
In other words, we must anticipate where it will be in the future.
The only way for the brain to do this consistently is to have the circuits in the brain used enough in practice so when the circuit begins to fire, the brain recognizes the circuit and can complete it without you thinking about it.
We will be discussing in detail what and how this works and how to specifically practice this into your game on the Coaching Hour this month. Hope to hear you on the line.