"Act Without Expectation"
Hey guys Josh McCumber here and wanted to talk about something that is really important getting yourself in the great frame of mind and nice and relaxed to hit the first tee shot. I've got the first hole here behind me how do we do that it's focusing on our breathing I'm gonna teach you a technique today that is gonna help you get ready to go play golf while you're waiting to hit your first tee shot or maybe before you go over to the first hole. It's called the four seven eight breath I learned it from Dr. Andrew Weil and then heard it again when I was doing the excellence in speaking Institute about getting your mind in your body relaxed to go slow and to feel confident. So I want you to stand nice and tall we're gonna do a couple rounds and you're gonna breathe in through your belly a nice belly breath to a count of four hold for seven out for eight well do one more in for four hold for seven out for eight. You know do a minimum of four of those maximum of eight and you'll be ready to go. You'll feel more relaxed you'll be clearer in the head it's gonna help make that first tee shot a little bit easier anytime you feel some frustration on the golf course or your game doesn't feel quite right implement the four seven eight breath and I promise it's gonna help you play better golf but more importantly you're gonna enjoy it you're gonna have more fun and that always translates to lower scores thanks and see you next time.
Josh McCumber, professional golfer, coach and consultant has been playing golf almost all of his life. He has been around the game at the highest level, and has learned from the best players and instructors in the game. His uncle, Mark McCumber won 10 times on the PGA TOUR and his cousin Tyler McCumber is currently playing on the PGA TOUR. Josh will share his wisdom, knowledge and proprietary techniques from being out on the PGA TOUR with his uncle, his cousin and from his experience playing the Korn Ferry Tour (formerly Nationwide Tour) and 2 U.S. Opens.