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How To Learn Any Guitar Scale In 15 Minutes

20th July 2012
I know. The word scale makes you picture mind numbing drills and hours of uninteresting exercises. But Im about to provide you with an effective way to master almost any new scale and also be prepared to work with it to improvise in as little as fiftee... Read >
Author: Phil Johnson

Can you learn to dance if you have no rhythm?

13th July 2011
See all 5 photosYou'll stop thinking about the steps and enjoy the moment..My brain understands but my feet won't work!The other thing that holds adults back is muscle memory - the patterns of movement that we've learned growing up.Your body likes doing r... Read >
Author: Hiram Stokes

Is wearing stripper shoes for pole fitness a good idea?

18th March 2011
To answer the question: Am I Allowed To wear stripper shoes for pole dancing in? We need to first consider the Good and bad points.Stripper shoes or pole dancing shoes are occasionally used by girls at pole fitness lessons. These shoes happen to be worn f... Read >
Author: Brandon Wood

Muscle Memory after Pregnancy

08th December 2010
Recent research on the ability to get back into shape after pregnancy highlights key brain components called "muscle memory" that make it easier for some than others. First recognized in previously fit individuals recovering from a severe accident where t... Read >
Author: Hamilton Erridge

Street Judo Designed For Real Life Combat!

09th July 2010
If you know anything about the various types of martial arts, you may not be sure that judo is an art that would be especially helpful in a street fight. From my own experience, I can assure you that it is and I can give several examples of how lives have... Read >
Author: Steve Gib

How Driving Schools Work

28th June 2010
Whether you are a beginner or a one that is new to roads taking one or more driving lessons from one of the recognized driving schools is vital chiefly for safety reasons. The customer ought to walk away pleased and happy to tell others about the fantasti... Read >
Author: Kevin

How to Tune a Violin - Master the Tools Until Your Ear Masters the Note

25th November 2009
Start with the props and tools; graduate to the ear. The principle applies to reaching and passing almost all the benchmarks in your violin career. At first, you will practice with a tutor or instruction book, learning scales, melodies, and arpeggios, g... Read >
Author: Hailey

Running an Effective Batting Practice

06th July 2009
Hitting drills we do can be found all over the web. The secret sauce is not in some special new drill, but in organizing the hitting practice to maximize the proper mechanical swings to develop proper muscle memory. It is important to realize that perf... Read >
Author: bsmith123

Youth Softball Conditioning

01st May 2009
There are many youth softball conditioning exercises that will improve the strength and agility of softball players. By increasing the ability of the player's body to perform, we are giving players the opportunity to maximize their talents and potential, ... Read >
Author: Jeff Mattas

How to Make a Simple Swing Plane Tool

27th October 2008
f you love to golf but are frustrated by an inability to hit the ball consistently, you may have tried any number of gadgets or advice only to end up more confused than ever. The key to consistency is to engrain the golf swing into your muscle memory s... Read >
Author: MrStiv

Affirmations 7 – How long, and how come?

13th November 2006
In our previous article I outline how to use affirmations with "Money to Be Made Online". Today I'm going to go over some specific time limitations, and how the brain absorbs information. I hope you're as excited as I am, because giving back to those who ... Read >
Author: keith londrie

Practice time at the driving range is important - use it wisely.

23rd September 2006
As the saying goes practice makes perfect and in golf you certainly need to practice. The best place to practice is on the golf course, however this is not always faesibly possible due to commitments, time constraints etc. This is where the driving range ... Read >
Author: Pete Cunningham
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