Improve Your Pool Game By Hacking Your Brain

Hacking your brain, is one of the four key areas of focus of my biohacking process.  Any experienced pool player will, quickly, realize that the mind plays an integral role in their success.

Let me be clear, here.  I will be showing and teaching you techniques, which I think go well beyond the typical “mental” aspects of pool.   I will be sharing ways to use more of your brain.  Ways to increase fine motor skills, memory and creativity.  I will show you how and why ambidextrous training can produce astounding results in your brain function, not just your opposite-handed shooting.

There has been a lot of advancement in the understanding of brain function over the last few decades.  There are people using that understanding and developing extraordinary methods to increase brain function, improve memory, increase creativity and produce profound physical transformations.  The more I learn about it, the more amazed, excited and intrigued that I get.  The anecdotal evidence and first-hand stories from tennis players and golfers is just amazing.  It is hard to overlook.  That is what motivated me to explore this aspect of my personal development and this aspect of my pool game.

Here are a number of topics that I will be trying to improve and writing about in this area of brain hacking.

  • Clarity of thought
  • Increased creativity
  • Maintaining focus
  • Meditation
  • Memory retention
  • Mirror writing
  • Ambidexterity
  • Motor skill development
  • Playing under pressure
  • Visualization

Here are some examples of articles that I have in the works and will be coming out soon…

  • Whole Brain Training
  • Why every player should learn to break and run a rack opposite-handed
  • How diet affects your brain health and brain function
  • How exercise affects your brain health
  • How to maintain focus better and longer
  • Memory training
  • How to think more creatively
  • How mirror image writing can help your pool game
  • How writing in a journal can help your pool game
  • Digging deeper into how your dominant relates to your brain function

I know there will be many more, as I dig deeper into this amazing topic.  Stay tuned.

 

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