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You and Michael have more in common than you think. You were both under extreme pressure. You both shot at your target and you both made it. But story only begins there.
What were you and Mr. Michael Jordan thinking about when you made these great shots? Position of your legs? Knee bend? Left Arm straight? Shoulder rotation? Hip rotation? Right elbow? Left Elbow? Pivot? The Ball? Your Shorts?
You were "seeing" your shorts fly through air and hit hamper. Michael was "seeing" ball go directly into middle of basket.
You both "trusted" your minds and bodies to come up with a plan (without you) that would be successful. Any thoughts about mechanics of your shots would certainly result in failure.
Why then, do YOU think YOUR golf pros advice about all things you NEED to think about in your swing is going to help? The more you THINK, worse you get.
The golf swing, throwing your shorts, and Michael's successful shooting are a result of communication between motor skill part of brain (called cerebellum, if you didn't already know that) and your wonderful machinery called your body.
When you skip rocks on lake what do you think about? The moment of release? Pivot? Knees?
Isn't it about time you realized what creates a good shot, a good basket, or a good skip? Learn from Michael and Anti-Pro, or get caught with your shorts down around your ankles.
To learn more about Jim's simple approach to learning your best golf swing in shortest period of time visit his site at www.mcgolf.com.
Introduced to golf in 1948 at age 8, With an incredible swing and a gifted ability to instruct at age 15, students came to him at his family owned golf course from four surrounding states for lessons. Jim attended Arizona State University at Tempe on a golf scholarship, graduated from the PGA Golf School in Long Beach California in 1960.