The Bio-Visual Learning Process: What to Expect

Bio-Visual Focus training can be quickly integrated into your current golf game. Results will be seen during the first training session. That said, it’s not a one and done training process.

If you get this training in person, the first session takes around two hours to explain and instill both parts, the Bio and Visual into your current shot sequence. Unlike most mental training, Bio-Visual Focus takes place on the lesson tee because we are training the mind and body to work together. I monitor your progress looking for the indicators that you have successfully integrated each part into your shot sequence. Once you understand the process and have made it work, we will customize it to fit into your normal pre-shot routine – This is really where your feedback becomes important. We are looking to make this a natural addition to the routine you currently use so there is no disturbance to your current game.

Ultimately, the training ends up as a few small changes to your pre-shot routine that improves your focus so that your mind and body work as a perfectly matched unit.

Once you have it, you’ll quickly be lulled into a false sense of security and believe, probably because it seems so easy to use first time, that you don’t need to practice your pre-shot routine.

Believe me, PRACTICE. Just like anything else in golf, missing just one detail of the Bio-Visual Focus process will leave you with your old game. No loss, except you’ll wonder why it isn’t working. This happens for just about every student within the first or second week because it’s a normal part of the learning process. When it does, we then have the second session to lock in the details.

The best part of the learning process is you don’t have to hit balls to practice the routine. You can go through the process away from the golf course and continue to improve your golf game.

The better you get with your pre-shot routine, the better your focus and your shot-making skills will become.

The best part of Bio-Visual Focus is that there is no down side. It can only help your golf game. Your results will be directly connected to the amount of time you spend in deep practice of the Bio-Visual Focus process.

If you want to know the inside scoop on what actually happens in your brain with this training, Get the book, The Talent Code, by Daniel Coyle, for a more in-depth explanation.

Bottom line: You have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Call me (Tracy) at 239-227-7989 and see what it takes to get to the top of your golf profession. call now as my schedule for 2015 is filling quickly.

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