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Content vs. Context

“How you visualize is more important than what you visualize.” I have that quote there.  I quoted myself in the workbook. So, if you imagine yourself doing a push-up, right?  That is the content: yourself doing a push-up. But how you are seeing that, perceiving that, not just the visual sense, but you may have […]

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How Visualization Works

A new article I wrote is available on Breaking Muscle. The History, Science and How-To of Visualization. There is what for some may be a surprising study found in the book Peak Performance by Charles Garfield. The study shows just how powerful mental training can be for athletes: “In my meetings with the Soviet researchers […]

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