As golfers, it’s common for us to anticipate the result of whatever swing or stroke we make. But when this happens incessantly, the mind races ahead of the present and all hell breaks loose. Good swings require that the conscious mind stays quiet or occupied on something that’s in the present during the entire motion.
The number-one rule about any focus exercise is that it keeps you completely engaged through one or two of your senses for the entire swing, from beginning to end. One of the most common errors I see with regard to this is when a student anticipates too much.
As a matter of fact, this is an unwritten law of superior athletic performance. All great athletes are able to get themselves in the present during their performances. The challenge with golf is that each performance is separated by a fairly lengthy time and you have to initiate the motion. You don’t get to react to something or someone moving toward you like you do in most sports.
In addition, balance is a nonnegotiable fundamental. Doing these simple, but very effective exercises will help you improve your stability during a swing and learn to swing without a mind full of bad swing thoughts on your TaylorMade SpeedBlade Irons. Focusing on balance easily distracts your conscious mind from worrying about too many things during the swing. It’s also a great way to get loose, both physically and mentally.
To get started on developing a better kinesthetic awareness, try and make a few swings (with or without a ball, that’s your choice) with your feet together. Swing the TaylorMade R1 Driver easy, then make full-speed swings, and keep at it until you’re able to hold your balance. Next, do the same thing, but on your right foot. Then, do it on your left foot. Finally, finish making some golf swings with your eyes closed. The goal is to develop a feel for your swing’s balance and let go of result-oriented thinking.
However, things are always easier saying than doing. There are lots of factors can affect golf players’ performance no matter from outside or players themselves. Try your best to concerntrate on the taylormade sldr irons, the ball and the target, then the game. It is important to own your focus on these during the game.