​This website is dedicated to all golfers searching for answers and not yet in tune with the non-conscious instincts that keep your body safe during the swing. And these instincts can never be overridden. Once the motion starts, your body is instinctively chasing balance and spine safety OR your body feels safe enough to focus on precision and finesse. A new level of performance is yours when you denounce the robotic mimicry that leads to repetitive use injury and employ your personal "mechanics of instinct".  These are the instinctive movements that cooperate with the non-conscious cerebellum's demand for absolute body safety. Machinelike precision and everyday reliability, comparable to the non-conscious movement you experience while walking, can only follow instinctive balance, rhythm, and spine safety.

Frank McChrystal

Instinctive Movement Coach

772-285-1971



I believe in standardizing the automobile.  I do not believe in standardizing human beings.  -  Einstein


​The brain science for perception and movement has in the past 15 years surpassed and supplanted all previous knowledge by more than 300 times and it is time to pay attention!  This fresh knowledge sensibly describes the true path to body-brain synergy (the zone). The new neuroscience also explains why the sports psychology foundation first introduced in the 70's and still in use today at all levels is woefully incomplete. Instead of the reactionary jargon meant to limit the damage of your lousy shots upon your soul; the new brain science gives clues to getting the body and brain on the same page during both competition and the learning process.  The mystery of your occasional crummy shots that prevent you from reaching your full potential is no longer a mystery to me. The process that has me batting 1000 since January 2018 involves identifying and seamlessly subtracting all non-instinctive movement from your swing.  With all non-instinctive motion eliminated, your body is then able to focus upon precision and finesse.....EVERYDAY.

Intellectuals solve problems. Geniuses prevent them.  -  Einstein


We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.  -  Einstein

 REPETITIVE USE INJURIES, ACCEPTANCE OF MEDIOCRE PRECISION AND OCCASIONAL ERRANT SHOTS, AND ENDLESS SHORT GAME PRACTICE TO SALVAGE SCORES IS THE DEFENSIVE CULTURE OF AN ENTIRE GENERATION OF GOLFERS WHO HAVE NEVER EXPERIENCED THEIR FULL POTENTIAL! The game you play now has been pre-determined by the era in which you were born.  Golf instruction lost it's way and became non-instinctive about 35 years ago, which led to professionals employing  chiropractors, physical trainers, and "mental game" gurus. The new brain science explains simply how the body and brain work together during both learning and competition.  It also explains why the all time greats didn't spend much time in the gym getting ready to play golf and stayed injury free. The non-conscious brain which controls all physical movement has a main priority of keeping you safe.  The precision you are looking for can only follow instinctive balance, rhythm, and spine safety.  ANY CHANGES THAT ELIMINATE NON-INSTINCTIVE MOTION AND PROMOTE MORE BALANCE, RHYTHM, AND SPINE SAFETY ARE ADAPTED BY THE BODY IMMEDIATELY AS THE BODY ALWAYS CHOOSES "WHAT WORKS" OVER "WHAT HURTS".  This seamless change always produces permanent measurable improvement because  when the non-conscious brain is totally satisfied with safety, it switches intentions to precision and finesse. This is the true definition of "natural learning" and the system you used while learning to walk. "Work on that new move until you groove it" and "we need to change your muscle memory" is outdated thinking by coaches who are stuck in the seventies along with their reactionary sports psychology.  Let's get busy.  We will grow your game to new heights at mach speed.  It is the instinctive beast who rules the athletic world, not the cerebral puppet searching for a "perfect" swing.  GET YOUR BODY AND BRAIN FINALLY ON THE SAME PAGE....TODAY!!  It is the quickest path to the consistency you have not yet experienced.  

                                                                                                    

Mechanics of Instinct