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Re: Training

November 20 2010 at 9:39 AM

  (Login gHerbert)
SAGF Members 2001


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Here is an interesting article that mentions cellular memory.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Cellular-Memories-in-Organ-Transplant-Recipients

The comments after the article by the artist whose 'ideas come from my hands' are interesting. I guess that the idea of muscle memory is not so far off as has been often stated...

I know that when I played table tennis I sometimes did things that absolutely amazed me. LOL I remember thinking how the heck did I do that? I know of a top level player who said that when he was really on he could adjust his bat while pushing a back spin ball by 'feeling' the spin on the bat surface. I always thought that he was kidding himself but maybe his hands really could do that???

This stuff changes the way that I think about my golf swing quite a bit... My gosh the yips and a lot of other things might actually be in the body and not the mind? Maybe getting nervous causes the hands to short circuit and push those damn putts off to the right? Or is the brain hat overrides the body system and screws up the stroke? Maybe guys like Joe Montana who simply don't choke really are 'wired' differently?

LOL lots of crazy stuff here! Feel free to set me straight!

Regards, Herbert

 
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