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    Xcorps TV SPECIAL Report Hammer Man Michael J. Lavery

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    Xcorps TV SPECIAL Report – Hammer Man Michael J. Lavery
    All kinds of crazy unique and talented people have joined The Xcorps including Laguna Beach resident artist Michael J. Lavery who promotes dual brain use by working out with golf balls, sledge hammers and multi task word training! See these amazing video clips!

    The hometown for the sport of skim boarding is the idyllic beach setting for this special Xcorps TV report. The highway 101 coastal artist colony of Laguna Beach is now home to one of California’s best coastal artists Michael J. Lavery, originally from Massachusetts who besides being a successful artist is also well known as a physical athlete and trainer!

    Using an assortment of construction hammers his workout regime includes simply bouncing and balancing a simple golf ball on the head of a hammer while reciting simple brain charging word workouts resulting in insane levels of power and coordination!

    Check out these sik action video shots of Michael bouncing a Titleist golf ball on the head of a framing hammer while running the Laguna Beach streets - switching the hammer from left to right hands while reciting the alphabet backwards!
    Mike then demonstrates a spatial intelligence motor drill by bouncing the ball with a heavier 4 pound sledge twisting the hammer 90 degrees between bounces while calmly talking about the brain process at the same time! Let’s see that again!

    Besides painting ocean scenics this Renaissance man is also a musician whose songs back the action in this XC film segment. He has appeared and demonstrated his physical skills on numerous national TV shows and specializes in training golfers to hit the ball a LOT farther. No surprise! Michael has also written a book named Whole Brain Power detailing his whole brain knowledge of ambidextrous hand-eye agility training combined with mental task training effecting both sides of the brain resulting in extraordinary physical skills!

    Check out the XCAM shots of Hammer Mike using a simple rubber mallet to bounce and balance a golf ball while walking and talking - making it look easy. Isn’t this easy? NO!…the average person can balance a golf ball on a hammer less than 3 seconds!

    You never know whom you will meet on The Xcorps!
    Music and artwork by Michael J.Lavery.

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    A J.S.Edmondson Film 9/2012 TRT-7:00
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