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Practice, under pressure, with focus, and with that glorious end goal in sight, makes perfect.
Having an external focus on the ultimate goal works better than an internal focus (where someone is tuned into the mechanics of what they’re doing.)
A study of experienced golfers revealed that those who hit chip shots
while focused on the flight of the ball
performed significantly better than those who focused on the motion of their arms.
In a study on expert dart players,
researchers found that those
who hadn’t practiced under stress
performed worse when anxious,
compared to those who had
become accustomed to pressure.
Like taking deep breaths, repeating a cue word, or doing rhythmic sequence of movements.
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