Dr. Shannon has some very good points.
Use the Power of Your Nerves for Good
Your palms are sweaty, your heart is racing, you’re mind is full of thoughts, and your stomach feels like a pinball game is going on inside it. You’re experiencing the sensation of nerves that may have been triggered by getting ready to tee off on the first hole or standing over a 3-footer for the win. Problems arise when golfers sense that first adrenalin release and conclude that something’s wrong when actually it’s purpose is to get more oxygenated blood to your muscles to prepare you for the tasks ahead. You don’t want to avoid nerves, you simply want to manage your perspective of them. So the next time you feel butterflies in your stomach recognize that it’s a sign of energy, not problems about to happen, and you’ll be able to better direct that energy into a great shot. To read my full article and discover how to get your butterflies to fly in formation visit - http://bit.ly/golfnervespost
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