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You bogeyed his last hole, you're about to hit your next drive. Then you take your practice swings, your mind is still on the last putt that you blew. You take your swing and a slice. In your mind you say to yourself "oh no, I'm going to bogey again!" And you do.

Sound familiar? You know the techniques and mechanics, but I just can not get his mind or the body aligned with each other so you do what you want them to do. In short, you are stuck and "off," and his golf game is not going well at all.

The course requires you to think clearly and be analytical arefunctions that the left hemisphere of her brain. Golf also requires you to be creative and intuitive which are functions of the right hemisphere. To be a truly successful golfer you need to use both sides of his brain at the same time, you need an integrated approach.

The integration of the brain is one component of a program that uses the concept of "muscle testing." As a professional speaker and trainer, I have shown this muscle to check the concept to see if there are more than 20 years. Audiences have found it amazing and exciting.

To understand this concept you will need a partner to practice on as you follow these instructions.

1. Face a partner. Keep your arm on the increase each partner straight out the side of your body with thumb pointing down.

2. Place one hand on your partner's extended arm, above the wrist and the other on his opposite shoulder.

3. Instruct your partner to resist as you push down firmly and steadily extended his arm for several seconds. His partner's arm should not be lowered more than a couple of inches.

4. While your partner keeps his arm extended, keep close your eyes and think of a negative experience of golf. When he does focus, tighten in his arm. His arm will fall easily.

5. Now ask your partner think about a very positive experience of golf. Once he has it in focus, press again. His arm will stay flat and strong.

6. Have your partner check you.

The muscle checking is true and repeatable. Is telling you the answer of the unconscious mind of your partner to positive and negative experiences of golf. The results have nothing to do with muscle strength, something you are having access to a neurological phenomenon. With positive thinking your muscle stays strong indicating that the functions of energy and brain of the life of your body is changing-in.

With negative thinking off his muscle changes show how negative thoughts actually affect your physical body, and it interferes with your golf game. As you observe and experience for yourself, the contrast is very easy to see.

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