If you're looking to boost your strength, try flexing some mental muscles.
According to a new study from the Ohio Musculoskeletal and Neurological...
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Michael Jordan once admitted in an interview that he took great pride in identifying the mental weaknesses of his opponents and then would actively attempt to "get into their heads."
If you do anything to work on the mental side of your sport, it had better be mental imagery. Why? Because there is no more powerful mental tool than mental imagery and it can have a huge impact on your sports performance.
There is no doubt that the mind can affect the body. But the question is -- can we harness this connection to make health-giving changes in our bodies?
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