Re: Sybervision Impact Zone DVD?
As the creator of the SyberVision system I would like to respond to a few items brought up about our new golf training system "The SyberVision Impact Zone Personal Golf mastery System."
First, the $250 price. Sounds ridiculously high for a DVD? We'e not offering just a DVD but a complete multi-media training system that guarantees a 50% or more reduction in handicap. If the customer doesn't benefit as promised, they can return the system for a full refund. You're not buying a "DVD" but a sophisticated proprietary training technology embedded on DVD, CD-ROM, etc.
We know that $250 is expensive in these economic times. But, golfers still pay $500 for a new driver or $800 for a set of irons? Why? Because there's a hope that the new clubs will reduce handicap. Have you ever heard of a club manufacturer who promises a 50% handicap reduction if you use their clubs? And, if you don't improve to that level, can you return the clubs for a full refund? No.
You see, we're actually competing dollar-wise with club manufacturers. But, with our training technology, we offer a money-back guarantee if the program doesn't work. We've been at this for almost 30 Years and have the lowest return rate (2%) in the entire direct marketing industry. Why? Because our program works for the vast majority of golfers. So, when compared to $500+ golf clubs, $250 is a great value. Remember, we're not selling just a DVD but a training technology and system embedded on a DVD--that promises at least a 50% reduction in handicap.
Visual Learning. It is common knowledge that we learn skills first visually. It has always been a question as to how this happens, how the brains converts and transforms visual images of motion into blueprints that guide our muscles.
Through our research at Stanford we were able to learn how this happens. The brains follows a precise mathematical algorithm (the Fourier Transform) to convert visual images into performance blueprints and memory. Through a special video-editing process we can present images of the perfect golf swing so that the brain interprets each incoming image as if the body had physically performed the action. The end result is the near equivalent of perfect physical practice.
If what we're saying is true, then we've got something very significant here. Perhaps, that's why Golf Magazine's Top 100 Instructors voted our first SyberVision training video (SyberVision Muscle memory Programming with Al Geiberger) as the best golf training video ever (along with our Bobby Jones Collection and Jack Nicklaus' "Golf my Way").
The Geiberger video has sold nearly 2 million copies since 1982 at $150 per program (about $300 in today's money) and that doesn't include sales of our Bobby Jones, Patty Sheehan, Hale Irwin (Difficult Shots) and Dave Stockton (Putting) programs.
We decided to do a new program because of the recent advances in super slow motion video technology, high-definition widescreen video plus Bobby Clampett's discovery of the Impact Zone. The new program simply introduces the golfer to the Impact Zone concept, teaches the five Impact Zone dynamics and then provides an advanced way to make those dynamics a swing habit.
Bobby teaches that for every 1 inch the average golfer can move his swing bottom (divot) closer to where the pro's impact the ball, the average golfer can expect a 4 stroke reduction of handicap. So, for example, if we can get the 100 golfer to move his swing bottom up only 5 inches (a distance a little longer than you index finger) he/she can instantly shave 20 strokes off their handicap! We've simply taken Bobby's discovery and put it into an accelerated learning system.
To watch a 7 minute video introduction go to http://www.sybervision.com/iz.html