Running shoes don’t make the runner. The runner makes the shoes.
Golf clubs don’t make the golfer. The golfer makes the clubs.
Bikes don’t make the cyclist. The cyclist makes the bike.
Equipment and gear may help some, but we have to know how to use it.
That comes from practice and repetition.
Performance comes from the athlete. It comes from years and years of commitment and dedication.
Worry more about doing the work and putting in the time than gear and equipment.
I’m willing to bet a professional could beat us with a crappy pair of running shoes, set of golf clubs, or bike.
We’re fancy. Do the work. Practice.