I love books. You may have seen some of the videos I’ve done in front of my book shelves. Here’s a photo in case you haven’t… Yes, I read a lot. I find it is a great way to gain information, plus I enjoy it. There is a problem with reading though. In many things, […]
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Michael asks an important questions: Have been engrossed in Mental Muscle for several days (not finished) and am trying to set anchors. there is so much to remember!! Been listening to your tape on strength so my visualizations are of the three primary lifts in powerlifting. I have used visualization for used visualization for years, […]
When it comes to sports psychology, one big area is that of your self-talk. What you say to yourself makes a big impact on your performance. (Just like with visualization, HOW you say it may be even more important than the words…) And no, this doesn’t mean what you speak out loud to yourself, but […]
I’ve just put up another article at Breaking Muscle and unlike my other posts there, this one focuses on the mental part of training. Meta Programs: How to Adjust Your Thinking for Better Results The term meta program comes from Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP). Meta, meaning over or above, indicates that these programs in our […]
As I said in my previous article very few people give you any sort of specifics on the how to of psyching up. And remember this doesn’t mean you need to have people slapping you in the face. (I never liked that one personally, but hey I guess it works for some.) Psyching up is […]
I received a question from a subscriber the other day. He is a coach for a high school wrestling team and was curious as to what can be done to teach the winner’s mindset? It is a very important question and one I had some fun thinking about. Some people would say that it cannot […]
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.
This podcast explores NLP in more depth as we take a look at beliefs, time and perceptual positions. Click here for Part 1.
I’m about to embark on a three week training course in NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming). Over the next couple weeks I plan to share a few of the things I learn from that session, but in this podcast I wanted to give you a base in case you haven’t heard about it or what it […]