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Into His Body, Where He Could Bring It Back At Will,
In The Game Where It Would Count The Most!
That's what separates the professionals from the amateurs.
The professional "captures" every perfect shot he throws, and stores it in his system, where he can find it again when he's playing "for real." And he shakes off the bad shots, leaving them behind where they will never hurt him.
You, however, blow right past the few perfect shots you throw practicing, not storing them at all, and thus you can't find them when it counts. Those great shots you launch on the practice lane are lost forever. Even more depressing... there's a 90% chance the shots you do throw in the game will be among your WORST! Because, you've done EVERYTHING WRONG at the warm-up.
And what's really frustrating is you don't even know you're doing it... because these five little secrets are NEVER discovered by amateurs! They're the secrets that separate the guys who can make a living off the game, and everyone else who can't buy a break.
And... just like most things that are so simple they get completely overlooked... no one has really understood how these secrets work before. Not the professionals. Not the teachers of the game. Nobody.
Until now. You know, every time I go to bowl a game, I bless John Jowdy. Because he alone has studied the game scientifically... actually coached the professionals for years and years (Parker Bohn calls him one of the best coaches the PBA Tour has ever known)... and is ALONE among professionals in his willingness to see the game the way the amateur needs to see it. John reveals the secrets the other professionals refuse to admit are even there.
These five "dirty little secrets" of the professionals will change your game forever...
And Do It
If I could just explain it all to you, I would right here. But you have to TRY these five secrets for yourself to "get" them. You have to make them a part of yourself... an extension of your game. You need to OWN them. So we put together a comprehensive guide explaining everything -- literally everything -- you need to know. (I convinced my partners here to sink a few bucks into the guide -- even though we'll never make our money back, because there are just too few guys like you savvy enough to understand how important this stuff really is!)
What about the simple adjustments I mentioned?
That's how you'll cold-cock the competition every time. Even on a "bad" day. Especially on a bad day. Here's what I mean:
The key to playing like a pro is pinpointing opportunities... and EXPLOITING them... before your opponents take you down like a wounded duck.
Let's face it. You are going to have games where you're not playing your best. For whatever reason, your regular game plan won't be working for you. This is where these slight adjustments--your backup plan--kicks in.
It's the difference between the winner and runner-up. (On a bad day, it's also the difference between bowling respectably and coming in dead last.)
Tiger Woods is certainly one of the best pro golfers. But even he has his ups and downs. That's why after one of his many victories he said, "I didn't have my ‘A' game today."
In baseball, when Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine, and Roger Clemens win, they often say things like "I didn't have my best stuff today, so I just tried to rely on good location." That's when you know they relied on their backup plan, their "B" game.
Basketball legend Michael Jordan averaged more than 30 points a game for his career. But when he wasn't pounding out 35 to 50 points a game, he