All team members and coaches will have access to the on-line video program.
In addition, over the course of a season, there will be up to ten Skype sessions with a FMF instructor.
This program can make a significant difference to a team. The 2106 NCAA national women’s team champions, University of Washington, went through the program.
The program allowed them to play more consistently and freed them up on the course.
The program will give team members a systematic program that will give them their best chance of reaching their potential in the game.
Everyone goes through these learning curves because everyone produces fluid motion identically.
These Fluid Cues set up by design what you normally experience by chance when you played your best. In other words, they set up consistently accessing the Fluid Motion factor, the one process in the mind that allows the mind and the body to be free.
Each set of Fluid Cues gets more powerful and it is recommended you use the fourth set of Fluid Cues when playing.
But it is important to go through all the Fluid Cues because you may take parts of each set of Fluid Cue and incorporate it into your game.
The Fluid Motion Factor program is a revolutionary mental zone training program that is not based on sports psychology. When someone plays exceptional golf, usually they experience three things:
All three of these experiences can be correlated to one process in the mind. I call this process the Fluid Motion Factor.
Unfortunately, golfers are never too sure when they are going to access the Fluid Motion Factor and when it does show up, they are not too sure for how many shots it will last and when it leaves, they are not too sure how to get it back.
The Fluid Motion Factor program teaches golfers in a simple, systematic manner how to experience by design, what they normally experience by chance, when playing their best.
In all the programs: