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Using Your Anticipation Circuit

The more you get involved with the mechanical process, the more you get in the way of what the brain does the best. And it does it in an amazingly short amount of time.

Remember: the anticipation circuit has the ability to change human behavior as it is happening. That is, as long as you don’t get too involved with telling it what to do mechanically. Remember that our brains aren’t wired to make the same complete mechanical move beginning to end over and over.

You must accept the fact that there will be variability in the first 80 to 90 percent of each shot you take. Once you accept this, concentrate on the last 15 percent of the shot and exactly how you want that to come together. This frees your brain to take care of creating the best circuit and executing the shot. This is based on the preloaded movie of where and how you want the shot to come together.