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Mental Keys - Testimonials
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Golf is a Mental Game.. Period!
Training & Mental Aids Index - They are all here!
The Mental Side of Getting in Shape!
There are many articles available about the benefits of being in shape as well as suggesting a variety of specific exercises to help improve your game. Here are some insights about the mental side.
Why do most golfers wait for the spring to start exercising? If being in shape is good for you, why don’t golfers maintain a year round physical fitness program? The reason can be found in one’s mental make-up and lack of goals or commitment to their goals.
As obvious as this sounds, the first step to being in shape is to have that as one of your goals. Next, it is very important to write down your goals as well as a specific conditioning program that will allow you to reach your goals if followed. Then, it comes down to the strength of your desire and commitment to get and stay in shape.
Many golfers have the wish to be in good physical condition, but lack the desire and discipline to do the work. What most individuals fail to realize is that their level of desire and discipline can be strengthened just like the muscles in their body. By understanding how your mind works, you can train it to do what YOU want it to do, instead of what it is use to doing or not doing
when it comes to exercising. Once you get your mind in shape, you body and everything else will follow.
Your brain starts working at a very early age. Approximately six months after conception, your brain starts recording all your mother’s thoughts and actions while you are in her womb. Your brain continues to record all your thoughts and actions throughout your entire life. We will call the recording process of your brain – your tape.
Your tape is a conceptual representation of the entire history of all your previous thoughts and actions. The importance of your tape is that your mind is programmed to make similar decisions according to your past tape. Your mind spontaneously uses all your strengths and weaknesses recorded on your tape in its decision making process.
Your tape does not care what you do. Its job is to keep you repeating what you have done in the past. You are up against your tape when you decide to turn a new leaf and get in shape.
Fortunately, you can change your past tendencies because the most current portion of your tape has the biggest impact on your decision making process. Otherwise, you would be a robot and could never change. The strength of your desire determines your ability to successfully reprogram your tape.
By putting new thoughts and actions on your tape consistently for thirty days or more, your brain will assimilate these as new habits. They become a part of your normal tape response. To build self-discipline and strengthen your determination, start with small victories over your tape. In time you will develop the strength and discipline to accomplish larger goals.
For example, to a person who is not in shape, thirty minutes of exercise a day three times a week is a lot of exercise. However, do you think you can exercise for one minute three times in a week? Of course you can, if you want to!
After the first week, do you think you would have built up enough strength and endurance to exercise for two minutes three times a week? I am sure you can see yourself being able to continue adding an additional minute to your routine every week until you can exercise thirty minutes a day three times a week.
If you are presently out of shape, you will not believe how much better you will feel and look from exercising thirty minutes a day three times a week. You will be stronger, have more endurance and more energy when you play a round of golf. Your self-confidence, self-discipline and spirit will grow tremendously in the process of controlling your mind and getting in shape.
All it takes is desire, a game plan you can achieve over time and self-disciple to overcome the resistance and excuses on your tape. Remember that your tape knows all your weaknesses. It does its best to do its job, which is to keep you where you are.
If you decide to get in shape and fall behind your conditioning program or stop, ask yourself this question, "Who is in control, me or my tape?"
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PLAYING MIND GAMES THAT HELP YOU WIN
goal setting - getting the games started
By Gary A. Beale, Ph.D. http://www.drrelax.com/golf.htm
In most cases becoming more successful at golf requires very specific behavior changes. For example, in order to consistently play at the highest levels of your potential, you may need to practice putting more often, work on your short game, modify tactics, improve technique or increase your time on the driving range. You can facilitate the process of behavior change by changing the
way you think. Setting specific, positive, realistic and attainable goals is an off-snow "Mind Game" that improves on-snow performance.
Effective goal setting starts with defining where you are now.
Getting an accurate and objective assessment of present skills, abilities and deficiencies is the first step towards getting started in the "dry land training" of the basic skiing mind game. The help of a good pro or coach, or other qualified person who has watched you hit or play is invaluable and should always be a part of the assessment process. Your coach should help you set at
least one short (Pre-Season), medium (Mid-Season) and long-range (End of Season) goal. You should also establish at least three steps that you must take in order to achieve each goal. Because the process of writing your goals and steps down on paper helps them to become more concrete and also helps you to become more committed to their achievement, you should always play this mind game
with paper and pencil.
You are more likely to take the steps to achieve your goals and experience success if you review your goals and steps on a regular basis. Once they have taken final written form, transfer them to something you can easily carry with you. Make it a habit to review them at least once before you practice or play. By reviewing them you will stay focused on what you must do to improve,
be more aware of your progress and begin to establish a mental warm-up routine that puts you in the right frame of mind to bring out your best on the court.
Get your "Goals and Steps Sheet" laminated and keep it in your golf bag or with your equipment so that you are always ready to re-focus your attention on what you must do to achieve your goals. Remember that your goals may need to be changed or modified as time passes and progress is made. Update them at least once every three months.
The next article will tell you how to use your goals and steps to create positive statements, called affirmations, which will rapidly transform your attitude into that of a consistent winner.