See these classic videos and witness Whole Brain Power as it unfolded during its formative years.

Question: How did Whole Brain Power start?

A) The Hammer Man (Founder Michael J. Lavery) worked in construction and found it exciting to bounce golf balls off a hammers.
B) Because his friend challenged him to a "hammer match" to see who could bounce the most golf balls off hammers, The Hammer Man took it to the next level and started WBP.
C) After losing a tennis match, The Hammer Man wanted to improve his tennis game.
D) Due to his fascination with the comic character Thor, The Hammer Man started bouncing golf balls off hammers to mimic his hero.

You are correct! The Hammer Man lost a tennis match to his good friend John. As a result, he was motivated to take his game to the next level by becoming ambidextrous, bouncing golf balls with precision off hammers thousands of times, and gaining phenomenal brain processing speed through memory training. He also started practicing harder at guitar to gain a finer touch and quicker fingers.
That's when he realized how these simple tenets can apply to any other area of life!
Wrong, keep trying!

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Whole Brain Power: Guitar In Action

Michael J. Lavery

Whole Brain Power Documentary Demo

The Hammer Man

Radio Interview 101.7 KKIQ Whole Brain Power


BBC Michael J. Lavery Interview


Switch Pitcher Pat Venditte Special


Michael J. Lavery “The Hammer Man”

Orange County Register

Ambidextrous Cross Training with The Hammer Man

Gillette Sponsorship

Chuck Mellick: Ambidextrous Pitcher and Switch Hitter


Chris Lavery Ambidextrous Tennis Player

February 6, 2017

Ambidextrous Tennis Two-Handled Racquet


Michael J. Lavery’s Unusual Learned Ambidextrous Tennis Skills

The Hammer Man

Suzanna McGee Ambidextrous Tennis Player


Michael J. Lavery: Artist at Work

The Hammer Man

Michael J. Lavery’s Guinness World Records

The Hammer Man

Transferability of Skills to Others


Guide to Amazing Golf Skills

The Hammer Man

Whole Brain Power Pat Venditte Footage


Interview with Michael Lavery “The Hammer Man”

Coaches Corner

Pat Venditte Ambidextrous Pitcher


300/300 World Record Preview

The Hammer Man