Olympia Fields, IL (July 10, 2017) – The BioSwing Dynamics™/Myelinator™ Summit will be held at famed Olympia Fields CC, south of Chicago, on July 31st and August 1st, and will provide important insights for future thinking, business-minded Golf Instructors to learn about this game-changing opportunity and to be at the forefront of what Own My Swing Founder, Howard Reisman, calls ‘Instruction Disruption’. The BioSwing Dynamics™/Myelinator™ ‘Instruction Disruption’ Platform includes integration of Myelinator™, FocusBand™ and Smart2Move Force Plate technologies together with PRO/Share™, an innovative leveraged revenue generating business model. (myelinator.com/bioswing-myelinator.html)
The premise of the FocusBand is Neurofeedback
Neurofeedback training uses EEG (Electroencephalogram) which accurately measures Brainwave activity through soft woven sensors, safely placed on the surface of the head. This brainwave activity can then be monitored visually and by audio tones.
Through the brain’s sophisticated feedback system, individuals are taught, in a game-like format, to effectively exercise their brain, leading to increased awareness and differentiation of mental states.
Neurofeedback naturally empowers the brain to effortlessly develop increased control and strength, much like the effects of weight lifting to develop muscle strength or jogging to improve cardiovascular fitness.
Where are you on your performance path: Are you mild, in the middle, or intense?
Courtesy Marty Wuttke www.wuttkeinstitute.com
Mild: One who is curious but not really committed to self-evolution. There is a tendency to have a lot of doubts and judgments. This type will go from teacher to teacher, seminar to seminar, searching but always maintaining some distance and never quite willing (or simply does not recognize the need) to put in the sincere effort it takes to begin (and engage in) the performance process.
By now, you’ve probably noticed Jason Day’s pre-shot routine. Day flutters his eyes open and closed behind the ball(right) while taking a deep breath before stepping into nearly every shot. It might look odd but it has a purpose. It’s the result of Day’s work in controlling brain activity using an app-based product called FocusBand.
When you wear the company’s headgear and hit a golf shot, sensors record what’s going on in your head – namely, are you focused or are you distracted?
The device was invented in 2009 by the Australian father and son team of Graham and Henry Boulton to help train athletes in all sports get into what is commonly known as the zone”, or as the Boulton’s call it, a “state of no-mindedness or Mushin”. The goal? Training your mind to perform the process of each swing without having to consciously think about the routine or the outcome as you perform it.
Grounding may also boost your mood. In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers at the University of California – Irvine tested 40 adults to see if grounding could improve mood. Part of the group grounded for one hour; the others did not ground. The participants’ moods were assessed on a special scale before and after the experiment. Those who grounded reported pleasant and positive moods, while the others had no improvement. The researchers reported their findings in the April 2015 issue of Psychological Reports. Read more