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Getting Woo-Woo…

Have you heard this term, woo-woo, before? Wiktionary defines it as: Describing a person readily accepting supernatural, paranormal, occult, or pseudoscientific phenomena, or emotion-based beliefs and explanations. (What does this have to do with strength? Be patient, I’ll get there…) Generally, this term is used derogatorily. It’s used as a put-down by skeptics for anything […]

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Do You Have Any Of These Limiting Training Beliefs?

Here’s a list, in no particular order, of some beliefs that could hold you back in a variety of ways. I’m don’t have the motivation to workout Only beginners make fast progress I don’t have great genetics I’m too old to do a handstand It’s not possible for me to become super strong Bodyweight training […]

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Belief Change Process

Beliefs are interesting. And the human beings that have them are even more so. What is a belief? It is something that is held in the mind about how the world or ourselves are. The funny thing is that they don’t necessarily reflect reality, yet in having them they organize how reality is for us. […]

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Podcast: NLP for Strength Training Part 3

This podcast explores NLP in more depth as we take a look at identity and well formed outcomes. Click here for Part 1. Click here for Part 2. [display_podcast] A limiting belief that stopped my in doing my backflips better How your IDENTITY guides your training The 6 Main Questions to ask yourself for any […]

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Podcast: NLP for Strength Training Part 2

This podcast explores NLP in more depth as we take a look at beliefs, time and perceptual positions. Click here for Part 1. [display_podcast] Reasons why my progress seems to be accelerating even faster! A 5 Question Belief Assessment Tool How to step into the Future to better achieve your goals today How to step […]

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