The non-conscious instincts, that regulate human movement for body safety, must be cooperated with as you build your game.  The all time greats built their games upon the rock of instinctive motion, and so should you. Instinctive motion is body friendly, performs under pressure, and is as maintenance free as walking.   The neuroscience for perception and movement, has in the past 15 years surpassed all prior knowledge by many times over. It explains why no two swings in the hall of fame are exactly alike and condemns positional learning as a source of static between the body and brain.  It also explains why cooperating with the instincts that regulate balance and spine safety is the key to everyday growth with no backtracking.  Einstein once said, "You cannot solve a problem on the level on which it was created", and cooperating with the non-conscious instincts that keep the body safe is the true path to the accuracy and consistency you seek.  Say goodbye to the high-maintenance swing you search for and puppeteer daily, and hello to what you really own.  


Frank McChrystal

Personal Golf Coach


-Helping golfers discover their personal instinctive foundation for balance, rhythm, spine safety, and the precision that follows-

Mechanics of Instinct 

"True, there is not one swing for everybody.  But there is one and only one unique swing for each individual; it is the swing that makes the body feel safe enough to focus on precision and finesse.  

                                                                                   - Frank McChrystal

Yes, there is a simpler way to grow and own your game! It involves getting back to the natural learning process we all used while learning to walk.  Recent brain science condemns the positional teaching methods of today and provides exciting clues to getting the body and brain on the same page.  Instinctive motion is simply normal motion and the path to everyday growth. I hope you enjoy this website and at the very least, it prompts you to consider new possibilities!

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