Golf Training Videos
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Golf Strobe Training - Focus and Balance
Golf - 35 Foot Putts with Strobe Training Glasses
Good speed at 35 feet. Hits them back up hill. He's using 150ms of occlusion (alternating with 100ms of clear lenses). Six putts in total with the Strobe Training Glasses. The Strobe Glasses takes away visual info so the brain is put in a position where it MUST focus better and ignore irrelevant info/stimuli that clutters the brain and makes it harder to be relaxed and consistent. Watch the next video to see how Ben improves.
Golf - 35 Foot Putt After Practicing with Strobe Training Glasses
PGA Pro Ben Weir discussing putting from 35 ft after training with Strobe Training Glasses. The glasses strobe or blink which produces less visual info for the brain to process. The higher the level of occlusion the more difficult. The brain compensates by ignoring irrelevant visual info and only processing relevant info (better focus). Ben feels his posture has improved. Taking away visual info makes the brain 'feel' the body more since the brain is seeking more ways to compensate from lack of visual info. Better body control, body awareness and balance allows the golfer to make adjustments and improves consistency. PGA Tour average for making 1 of 3 putts from 12.5 feet. Ben nailed one putt and the other 2 were within 3 feet. That's a 300% improvement. See better, react better!
Golf - 3 Foot Putting Instruction with Strobe Training Glasses
PGA Pro, Ben Weir, rolls putts from 3 feet with the Strobe Training Glasses at 210ms of occlusion (followed by 100ms of clear lenses). He then gives feedback about how he is pulling his putts. That is his personal tendency. Then he increases the occlusion to 280ms occlusion. He still finds when he misses it is because he pulls the putt. At the higher levels of occlusion the brain must focus better visually but the brain also learns or senses where the body is in space, or balance. Watch the next video to see how after training Ben responds with the same length putts.
Golf - 5 Foot Putts After Using Strobe Training Glasses
After putting with the Strobe Training Glasses, Ben Weir putts without the glasses. He has a tendency to pulls his putts. Listen to Ben explain how he feels clear headed, as he's been trained to only process relevant info needed to putt. That is all that goes through the mind of elite golfers. He 'feels' his putts better and can make adjustments. He's only thinking of the putt. Yips are caused by allowing irrelevant info to enter the brain like self doubt, mechanics, pressure to perform, etc. We CAN train the brain, through the eyes, to work more efficiently (focus). It's our brain that gets in the way of us being better golfers. Better focus = better results.
Golf - 35 Foot One Handed Putt Warmup without Strobe Training Glasses
Quick video. Ben Weir doing a one handed putting drill lagging 3 putts from around 35 feet. He had just played in a tournament after having trained with the Strobe Training Glasses for about a week and had his best putting ever with 9 birdies in one round. Not planned video, just him talking out loud. Keep watching. We are excited to share the technology with the golf world.
Golf - Wedge Shot Training with Strobe Training Glasses
PGA Pro, Greg Avant, discusses using Strobe Training Glasses while his is hitting wedges. The glasses or goggles takes away visual cues that make it harder for the brain to get its info. What is does is make the brain have to focus better and quit being lazy. When we do things over and over the brain becomes lazy. That is its nature. When we struggle it is usually about how we are thinking about mechanics or self doubt seeps in. When that happens it clogs the brain. The Strobe Training Glasses narrows the 'bandwidth' of the brain so focus improves to the relevant info. When the brain becomes 'quiet' the body becomes 'quiet' and allows the athlete to be more efficient and more consistent in their success. Focus and balance, body awareness are improved. That is the state of the mind/body of elite athletes. They have learned how to focus better. When the brain gets better info (focus) it can put the body in a position for success more often.
Golf - Wedge Shots with Strobe Training Glasses, Dominant/Weak Eye Training
PGA Pro Ben Weir instructs PGA Pro Greg Avant on hitting wedges with the Strobe Training Glasses or Goggles. They change targets every the balls. First Ben isolates Greg's dominant eye and occludes his weak eye. Single eye training give ALL of the info gathered by the brain from one eye. Any deficiencies will be challenged and the eye will learn to work harder. Same goes with the weaker eye, but it needs even more time to train as it has more deficiencies than the dominant eye. This single eye training helps learn correct posture and head position. They hit about 30 balls total then move to hit without the glasses in another video. Check for title. Challenge the brain and the body will follow. When we challenge just the body the brain is lazy and doesn't have to be challenged. Our greatest weapon in sports is our brain and how it processes info.
Golf - Wedge Shots After Training with Strobe Training Glasses
After hitting wedges with the Strobe Training Glasses or Goggles, PGA Pros Greg Avant and Ben Weir hit about 6 shots without the glasses and provide feedback. Ben says that Greg has a better trajectory and the balls sounds better on the face. Greg noticed that it took less effort to hit the shots well. Greg says he usually plays mechanical but now is thinking less and trusting his swing. Simple thought of just making good contact. Greg says that he has always been good about quieting the mind but he really noticed that his body was quiet after training with the Strobe Glasses. No more thoughts about mechanics, just looking for good contact and trusting the swing. Our brain gets in the way of us performing to our potential. When we can train our focus on just the relevant info needed to hit a shot our brain is more efficient. We are keeping our brain from allowing irrelevant info (swing thoughts, mechanics, previous shot, self doubt, pressure, etc.) to get in the way of the relevant info. Strobe Training Glasses in golf can help train the brain to be clear, to connect the brain and body together, reduce anxiety, and put the body to be successful more often. See better, react better.
Golf - Chipping with Strobe Training Glasses
PGA Pro Greg Avant chipping with instruction from PGA Pro Ben Weir. Greg is wearing the Strobe Training Glasses. The glasses or goggles strobe, or blink, which takes away visual info from the brain. It puts the brain in a position where is HAS to focus better since the brain doesn't have the 'bandwidth' to process irrelevant info. The brain also reaches out to the body to get info from the muscle and nerves. This helps learn better body control and balance. When Greg hits a poor shot he continues to keep hitting the same shot until he is successful. That is important to note that is the proper protocol in using the glasses. Noting that he is missing right on these chips he realigns his body (making an adjustment) in order to be successful. Better body position. The brain is lazy and gets bored. That is why our focus it poor. Strobe Training MAKES the brain have to work harder. Think of it like weightlifting with your brain. It makes your brain work faster and be more efficient.