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Baseball (Command)

Implicit Training:  Why Implicit Constraints Are Key to Throwing Strikes

Enhancing space through a CLA (constraint led approach)  will ensure reliable strike efficiency results that can be counted on when the championship is on the line.    Without V-Flex in place, pitchers have had to rely upon imaginative visualization; making themselves believe they can see the parameters of the strike zone in their mind without being physically prompted. Unfortunately, they can't. Imagination is no substitute for materialization.  In order for a pitcher to "see"  the strike zone, their brains must be prompted to make it from electrical impulse potentials prompted by V-Flex.   The image of the strike zone prompted by V-Flex doesn't appearing on the retina of the eye, it is a virtual image generated by the pitcher's brain.  In other words, the pitcher isn't seeing a physical target with his eyes, he is seeing one that is entirely implicitly generated by the brain on a canvas of enhanced space.
 
 Efficiency begins to increase with each pitch they desire to throw due to their brain being able to "see" the parameters of the strike zone. The brain is constantly searching for clues and inside the brain the best clues are electromagnetically based. The constraints placed within the external  "spatial environment" must posses the ability to be converted into a "virtual state" within the neuronal environment.  Solid or visible form constraints can't be classified as implicit constraints or clues because they lack that ability.  The market is flooded with explicit constraints that are being pushed as implicit clues and constraints but they aren't. 
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