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Should I mentally rehearse the exercise before I start it? How can that help?

Greg Tornga

Yes, this will help you set your intention on the exercise, yielding the most results. To get even more out of every set, visualize yourself going through the exercise to your fullest exertion and then, just when you can see yourself going any further, see and feel you yourself going past that point, really feel it in your nervous system.

Imagine yourself pushing or pulling out 3 or 4 more reps. Now when you step up to do your set, I can assure you you will blow your own mind by moving past your limiting beliefs, it’s all between your ears my friends!

About The Author

Douglas Zimmerman is board certified as a Corrective Exercise Specialist. His certifications were attained through the National Academy of Sports Medicine and he is certified in Sport’s Hypnosis through The National Exercise & Sports Trainer Association. Additionally Douglas is certified through Apex, the leader in nutritional academia. He currently is a Big Brother in the Big Brother, Big Sister foundation. Douglas is also active in charitable events including; raising money for the homeless, UPARC fundraisers, and green events. Read More »

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