Are you getting ready to sink the game winning free throw or tournament winning putt? Are you getting ready to throw the ball for the winning touchdown or pitch the last strikeout to win the game? Are you getting ready to pull the trigger for the clay target or bag the trophy hunt? Do you see that spot that opens the net for the game winning goal?
So.....how do you aim?
There is an art to aiming.
I cover it in detail in my book, See To Play: The Eyes of Elite Athletes. I also give you tips on aiming more accurately and exercises to improve your aim.
In my blog today, I’ll go over a few of those pointers;
This is the art of aiming in a nutshell.
Do you want to improve how you aim?
It’s a simple as going to your eye doctor to fix the first four steps. Many athletes fool themselves into believing they see well enough. The problem with that thinking is that the best athletes see the best. Why do you want to give them a head start? (why don’t you just tape a few fingers together....that will really help them beat you)
There are many ways to help you improve insteps 4 through 7. My book is full of such vision exercises.
I also developed, the See To Play Gaze Stabilization Exercise (also known as the “Eye Baller”) which trains all of those areas.
I wish you only the best in your aim and the outcome of your sports move.
See the Best and Be the Best!!
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