Neurofeedback is a relatively recent addition to the range of psychological techniques and mental training exercises which athletes from many different sports have used to try and gain a competitive edge.
But already a significant number of elite sporting organizations swear by its benefits, including top European soccer teams and national Olympic teams.
From his distinctive Hogan-style cap to his unusual single-plane swing, from his controversial putter to his single length irons, there’s little that’s conventional about Bryson DeChambeau.
But as much as golf’s favorite “mad scientist” may amuse and baffle the purists, there’s no doubting the success of his methods.
When the air turns frigid and the fairways freeze, golfers must head for cover to hone their skills. While hitting indoors is better than sitting around idly, firing shot after shot into the net is hardly an ideal golf practice routine.
Although many golfers choose the winter, or offseason, as the appropriate time to pursue technical improvements to their swing motion. However, we never recommend following a golf practice routine focused solely on technical growth. Furthermore, the brain is not designed for repetition during golf practice - or any other time.