Basketball Freethrow Shooting: The Importance of "conscious" and "subconscious" consciousness in the free throws shot:
There were once three brothers who lived in the same complex. Their name was "conscious", subconscious, and unconscious. These guys play "mind games". Of course, there must be interaction between nerves and the proper nervous system. Cerebrospinalis is the body of the conscious body and the sympathetic nervous system is the subconscious organ. Cerebrospinalis is the avenue through which consciousness is perceived from physical senses and the maintenance of physical activity. This nervous system is located in the center of the brain. The sympathetic system creates a ganglion family in the back of the stomach, called Solar Plexus, a path of mental activity that unconsciously supports vital body functions such as heartbeat, blood flow, blinking, etc. everything is very sensitive to light and knowledge, and to the human environment and to the universality and connection to God of mankind.
The effect on which the subconscious mind is on the body is enormous. It can be regarded as multifunctional. Responsible for your hard drive or memory bank, you get inspiration from your thoughts, tastes, and many other complicated tasks like heartbeat, blood flow, cell growth, bone growth, muscle and nerve tissue formation, blinking etc. Almost all the physical processes that we never think of will help to maintain our daily lives. These are definitely permanent underlying activities that are all about making every time you shoot a basketball and you definitely do not want conscious thinking to focus on the subconscious activity. It will be a good thing to concentrate on a few simple, conscious tasks during a free throwing attempt. He asks you what really directs your life. The subconscious, while verifying all the usual bodily functions mentioned above, is also closely involved in the "subjective mind" or mental processes dealing with internal powers. On the other hand, we have a "conscious consciousness" which is also called "objective mind", which deals with inanimate external objects and impressions of vision, smell, taste, touch and hearing. Free throws need only two, including vision and touch.
I have to share a personal experience where my subconscious really meant a life-changing career. In 1972 (remember when terrorism raised its ugly head by using international athletics as a platform for political declarations and where the US men's basketball team lost the Russians with a controversial call), while representing Australia the Olympic Games first had to travel with the team in Europe, and play some European teams as warm-up exercises
On this particularly hot summer day, in late August, we were passing through Italy and had a chance to look at the "Sistine Chapel" that Michaelangelo had in the 1500s painted. This excited us because I was actually reading his biography in high school and his work was impressed. Now that I have the chance to really stand where she stood, well, I really jumped the chance. I felt like Moses in the "Ten Commandments" when he went up Mount Sinai and approached the "burning bush" and spoke to him in a slow, deep and deep voice: "Moses, feet, for you are in the holy land . "
When I got to the chapel, I still remember having some funny feelings I could not explain. Anxiety, curiosity and respect. As I entered and watched this phenomenon, I blew it. For a few hours up, I still remember these words today: "There is no way in the world that this work is done by any human being." This work was led by God's hand. "I have little to say that it lasts for about 15 years until the effect of the inspiration ceases. Remember that the subconscious is the market for collecting and storing inspiration. And of course, not many years later, I realized how subconscious and what their minds are doing. "Just as you think he is." Well, I've never noticed that Michaelangelo's work has put an in-depth look on my mind and I think if you leave such a strong message in your mind, you'll do it. Somehow, sooner or later
I did not know that they had artistic tendencies because I attended high school art class, I really did not get involved. I enjoyed the technical drawing that means more about lines, symmetry, depth, and 3-dimensional work For a long story I graduated from the Brigham Young University in 1981 and I decided to create an art project based on my thesis and my dissertation that is based on the size of man's size. I wanted to do something that lasts for a thousand years. So I decided to do a lot of athletes with whom I was trying to maximize their potential and decided to do it with tiles, concrete and steel. I decided to do a 3-dimensional mosaic that would be over half an hour beyond the end, then take over 400 hours to complete and head up and down in the living room. Why mosaic? Well, I was so inspired by all the old masters I saw in my European travels, I felt like I was using the medium.
The point I'm trying to do here is that my subconscious conscious processes have actually changed a changing career from high school basketball coach to full-time traveler Sporting artist where I painted a basketball floor floor and wall paintings school mascot. This is a huge thing and I have a testimony that does not stop. You can say that I do exactly what Michaelangelo did 500 years ago. Except for traveling on a donkey and flying to the jets to get to where I should go. (If the fuel price does not drop, the donkey can also work). In addition, he mostly lies on his back and I spend most of my time knees with knee-length flooring. He is also one of the greatest artists of all time, and I'm just a commercial artist who makes a difference by improving institutional aesthetics. I could say that I managed to succeed at least because the floor companies said I was solely responsible for changing the graphical interface in the United States and even on global sports. So you see a man making a difference. It was not my first goal to do this. It only happened.
When we talk about "consciousness" or "consciousness," it would be a good idea to at least phrase the concepts. According to Funk and Wagnall Standard College Dictionary, the word "conscious" is about its own existence, its feelings and thoughts, or awareness of external objects and circumstances; spiritually awake.
On the other hand, the term "consciousness" is the knowledge of emotions and mental operations or what is in the mind.
Conscious consciousness is responsible for the most valuable thing in life and this ability to "choose". The conscious mind has the power of deductive, inductive and analytical thinking. Responsible for "will" and all capacity. Do you start to see that the average free throw process will take a whole new life? We are talking about the fact that consciousness begins before the material, the product and the end of the product. I wanted to say that the most, and more than 90%, I do not let it be more accurate, 99% of basketball players think about creating a basket or they are missing. For years I've been asking players of all ages and ages in both sexes what they think about releasing the ball and you think all the answers are the same. They are thinking of the end result, as opposed to the initial mechanics that are the most important.
Common sense says that when a child is born, the human mind is born with a blank or more precisely empty tablet, which is generally referred to as "tabula rasa".
The "tabula rasa" begins to absorb and store a lot of information like a computer. In fact, there are 3 conscious stages, that once we understand them, it informs us of our own behavior. How can we be better off if we do not know our problems? This can prevail in many areas of life and not just the shooting we are all really interested in.
First, there is the pre-conscious stage where voices and visions basically dictate and tell you what to do. You automatically obey the "power of voice". At this stage, "obedience" is the most important.
Secondly, there is the Proto-conscious section where automatic thoughts and feelings dictate their behavior or tell what to do. Those who are real believers at this stage are fanatic warriors for a big deal, maybe a suicide bomber or a kame-kaze pilot. A helpless "wimp" may always complain and lurk in apathy. Or it may be a self-righteous preacher who places himself "right" and others look "bad". At this stage, the "right" is the most important.
Third, there is only the "conscious" section where you are basically the master of your own emotions and emotions. Now we are able to critically examine every concept, thought, and action. You are trying to increase your competence in all aspects of your life, which is important to you. It closely monitors your results, using feedback as a way to improve your concepts, thoughts, actions, and communication. At this stage, the results are the most important. Here, we need to be coaches and players who have one thing and that is our job to improve. Period. Become a Master of Our Domain
There are millions of people who constantly question and critically examine the concepts, behaviors, and beliefs of elders and contemporaries. These people want to achieve better results in their lives, careers, relationships, health and spiritual growth. It applies to areas where they believe their results are lower than their expectations, seeking to improve their knowledge, competences and skills. They also recognize that some of their difficulties come from their own devastating thoughts and patterns of behavior that they have acquired or developed during their childhood. The focus is on producing the results and guiding the conscious stage. I'm consciously, critically aware, especially critically self-conscious. As soon as I get into fingerprints and fingerprint accountability when shooting a free throw, you will understand what you mean critically self-conscious. A proto-conscious person has a "automated" function in most of the time like driving a car without thinking, or reducing automatic thoughts or emotionally reacting like a puppet without critical awareness of the results achieved.
conscious of their consciousness. They critically control what they think, say, and do to achieve the desired results. They have developed the thinking ability of self-observation. One of the critical aspects I encourage is to inject each of us into our own personal body if we want to improve the ability to free throw.
Conscious knows and actually directs or directs the subconscious mind. It can be considered as a big brother or bodyguard of the subconscious. But they definitely go hand in hand (they criticize the punishment). A mind that allows subconscious thoughts regulates and even outperforms subconscious thoughts.
Understanding the paragraph above highlights why every free throw or any shot must in any case be a conscious thought behind the action. Never shoot a shot without being a conscious thought because the human body is as perfect as it does not fit into a perfect shooter mechanism. We are capable of creating a perfect shooting mechanism, but we can only consciously get started by getting the full knowledge of perfect shooting principles and understanding.
Specifically, it is your job to find out why you do not make 95% of the free throw line. Children under the age of 13-14 are excited about this great expectation. In general, this will be a physical and mechanical application that can be corrected, and there is a conscious and subconscious departure that goes to your benefit and the rising shot rates.