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Balance and Focus

When you feel pressure on the course, have a heightened awareness of balance, tempo, and tension in your body, as they are non-cognitive. Focusing on them will move you to the right side of the brain (or your long-term memory). This is where your skill lies.

Your balance might be great in the morning but not so great in the afternoon. You might be relaxed on one station but three stations later you might be tense. Just being aware of these things will help you keep returning to the center core of your physicality.

Vivid pictures and movies of how the shot comes together in the last 14 percent of the shot and the transitions between shots help the body take advantage of minimal movement and follow through. This is what makes our system so lethal without much practice.