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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Move To Excel by J.B. Mason is a good tool that will show readers how to cultivate an awareness of what needs to be changed and also how the body has evolved to move. The movements associated with each function, if practiced properly, will transform everyone’s life. Whether one wants to become a golfer, skier, tennis player, or anything else, the five essential functions listed in the book can be applied for good results. These practices will enhance one’s existing skills, function pain free, capture the next great idea, and will enable you to achieve your goals; whether it is to become a performer, athlete, a teacher, or have a better life, irrespective of your age.
The topic is original and the author handles it methodically and extensively, pulling readers in and connecting well with them. The book reveals the fact that the powerful processes which make it possible for us to excel are within our sensory self and it is not some innate talent. The limitations to excelling give readers an idea of what would be holding them back from achieving what they really want. The book is packed with a lot of information, is educational, and will help readers to rewire their brains to learn, regain, and refine their skills in any endeavor. It also helps to identify the patterns of one’s movement by explaining how one’s structure is organized to move.