Golf Experts Wrote About Improving Your Golf Game
David Leadbetter and Robert Winters wrote about the Peak Achievement
Trainer®. They found that it showed differences between highly-skilled
golfers and golf students. They described a study with the previous
version of the Peak Achievement Trainer®, which showed enhanced
concentration as a decrease on the trend graph.
examinations of touring professional golfers, experienced golf
instructors, and golf students with low to mid handicaps showed EEG
biofeedback differences between professional golfers who revealed
automatic motor processes and less experienced golfers whose skills
have not been encoded as overlearned. The condition for these
players is that they probably are still processing verbal-motor
behavior in their frontal cortex and that the skill has not been
turned over to a higher brain function. Initial testing of EEG activity at
the David Leadbetter World Teaching Headquarters using professionals and
amateurs on a portable Peak Achievement Trainer® revealed graphic visual
disruptions between accomplished golfers and those who were developing
specific motor competence. The initial findings revealed that when
professional golfers and experienced instructors followed their
pre-shot initiation or ritual (pre-shot routine) a series of
electrical firings (brainwave output in microvolts versus time in
seconds) were noted on the graph. However, just before initiating
the golf backswing or takeaway, every experienced golfer (n =
6) of high motor proficiency showed a reduction and low
electrical activity on the EEG monitor (Peak Achievement Trainer®).
This reduction of electrical activity or " quiet time" lasted
for only a second, but it was positively identified for every
accomplished golfer, whether using a five iron, using a driver, or on a
10-foot putting task. The findings were different for students just
receiving lessons and those players (n = 4) who were having trouble with a
specific component move of their golf swing. The graph revealed that at
the initiation of their swings, significant electrical activity was
evident and that these amateur golfers never had a "down time" or quiet
moment to initiate the swing. Brainwave output was variable and
complex during the pre-swing phase, initiating the takeaway and the
through-swing phase. These findings may represent a crucial element
in discovering what the motor component of trust may be or how well
a learned skill movement is edified by the performer."
an Editorial by Robert M. Quencer, MDa, Robert K. Wintersb and David
Leadbetterc in the American Journal of Neuroradiology 24:1033-1034,
American Journal of Neuroradiology.
b Sport Psychologist, David
Leadbetter Golf Academies.
c David Leadbetter is widely
acknowledged as the world’s number one golf instructor, and his student
list, which reads like a Who’s Who of Golf, includes Nick Price, Nick
Faldo, Greg Norman, Ernie Els, Charles Howell III, Michael Campbell,
Aaron Baddeley, Justin Rose, Lee Westwood, Scott Hoch, and Ty Tryon, among
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