Sand Trap or Sand Treat?

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4 Responses to “Sand Trap or Sand Treat?”

  1. December 11, 2012

    KENNETHPEREZ

    VERY WELL SAID, THIS IS APPLICABLE TO ABOUT ANY FACET OF OUR DAILY LIVES.!!! IT WOULD BE EVEN BETTER IF YOU WERE ABLE TO BLOCK THE BACK-GROUND CHATTER (AUDIO) THAT IS PRESENT.
    THANK YOU,
    KENNETH PEREZ

  2. December 11, 2012

    williamlye

    Great advice! Background noise a problem for me.

    • mentalist

      December 11, 2012

      David Breslow

      Hi guys,

      Thanks for you comments!
      Sometimes I record these in a placed I do radio segment so it’s patron noise in the background–hopefully it doesn’t distract from the message! .

  3. Yes ,the background noise is a real problem ,all the more that you are difficult to understand.
    That being said ,your lecture is excellent :the main things to focus on, are
    -Relax ,by letting all your body go loose (Breathing technique ).
    – It’s all a matter of good tempo (I prefer the term “tempo”to “rythm”:the “tempo is the time it takes from the beginning of the swing to the end of the swing AND (MOST IMPORTANT ) the ratio between the backswing and the through swing :in the case of a sand save it’s 1/1.You never have to speed up a “Sand save “,it must be a “lazy looking “swing !

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