Blocked Or Random Golf Practice
The debate rains on? No! not the Trump Vs Clinton one, this debate is way bigger and has been passionatley debated by golfers and golf coaches coaches for many a year!
Golf Practice Blocked or Random??
Compared with blocked practice, in which a skill is learned by fixed, repetitive drilling, random practice, with its frequently modified routine, results in better retention of the skill after training is completed.
While blocked practice involves only one task being completed thoroughly before moving to another, interleaving is a process where students are forced to randomize practice through mixing , (or interleaving), multiple tasks while they practice in order to improve their learning.
See interleaved practice in action below
the commands by which humans use their brain to activate and coordinate the muscles and limbs involved in the performance of a motorskill, such as a golf swing.