Suggested Reading

While you are waiting patiently (thank you) for Breaking Golf’s Last Barrier to be completed, There are a few books I have read that are related to many of the concepts I use in my teachings. I put them on my suggested reading list because these are books that will help you in golf and other areas of your life. I don’t often recommend books, but these are some of the best I’ve read lately.

So here are three that I think you will like.

The first you may have seen on the Golf Swing Control website. This book explains what Myelination is and why it is important for anyone trying to learn a skill. Daniel Code gives real life examples of how certain teachers around the world have used methods that promote myelination and have turned out years of world class athletes, musicians and the like.

The second book is one I mention in Breaking Golf’s Last Barrier. I talk about the importance of nasal breathing for your health, focus, mental clarity, and most importantly how nasal breathing is one of the factors that will help you find the Zone on the golf course. Before I read this book, I had no idea that something so simple could do so much until I made a concerted effort to follow the program. My life is now so much calmer.

The last book I am suggesting is also important to anyone striving to attain any kind of goal. This book explains the truth behind how those who make it to the top get there. There is no quantum leap as most people think. Anyone can do it if you follow Jeff Olson’s advice.

Much of my research about how to succeed with your golf game is outside of the golf world. These three book are good examples. The will help your golf game, but they will also make a difference in other areas of your life.

Once again, thanks for your patience. I’m getting closer…
Tracy

8 comments on “Suggested Reading
  1. How do I get to The Golf Swing Control site? I have been with you for 5 or 6 years and have your paper back manual and other products you have sent me. I need to get to the site and refresh some things. Randy

  2. Tony Dunin says:

    I would be most interested in your thoughts on mindfulness.

    I am a MBSR teacher as well as an orthopaedic surgeon

    • admin says:

      My teaching starts with awareness of balance during movement. Mentally, I also teach awareness of conscious thought and subconscious visualization. The body follows the adjustments made as a result of your awareness I would say that if there were a “Mindful Golf” instruction program, it would look exactly like mine.

  3. Lou Britt says:

    I have been working on your first four lessons I am 83 with a passion as I’ve been playing for 70us years curreny

  4. lou britt says:

    Am I appropriate Im 83 Index 16 Was a ten 2 years ago I am a passionate golfer 70 plus yearsWas a six about 15 yeaers ago We are snowed in and a lot of bad weather so all work has been indoors Maybe I am questionable at this tIME AS I MAY BE BEYOND HELP

    • admin says:

      Lou,
      As long as you remain on the green side of the grass, you are NOT beyond hope as long as you are enjoying golf.
      Tracy

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