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Experienced putters look at the target or hole for a second or two before looking at the ball.

Brainy Putting

to put the two hemispheres of his brain in balance



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  6. Wooden bats frequently break, while aluminum ones never do.
Aluminum bats hit balls harder and faster than wooden bats do.
Wooden bats make a "crack" sound, while aluminum bats "ping."
No Limit

Decreased heart rate
Constriction of blood vessels in the extremities



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