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Mental Imagery

I found this little piece and thought it may be valuable to some, try it on to determine for yourselves. I hope you can benefit from this technique! To become proficient in the use of imagery you have to use it ever day: on your way to training, during training and after training. In every training session, before you execute any skill or combination of skills, first do it in imagery. See, feel, and experience yourself moving through the actions in your mind, as you would like them actually to unfold. In the competitive situation, use imagery before the start of the event and see yourself performing successfully/winning. Golfer Jack Nicklaus used mental imagery for every shot. In describing how he imagines his performance, he wrote: "I never hit a shot even in practice without having a sharp in-focus picture of it in my head. It's like a color movie. First, I "see" the ball where I want it to finish, nice and white and sitting up high on the bright green grass. Then the scene quickly changes, and I "see" the ball going there: its path, trajectory, and shape, even its behavior on landing. Then there's a sort of fade-out, and the next scene shows me making the kind of swing that will turn the previous images into reality and only at the end of this short private Hollywood spectacular do I select a club and step up to the ball." Weekend Double Post] Saturday Warm up/review:behind the neck split jerk Here's a video of Coach Burgener pointing out some key elements of the split jerk Tech: Behind the neck split jerk/weighted pull up one of each (1,1,1,1,1,1,1) workout: 2000m row (get it done during the class when rowers are available, set rower at 2k count down for time) Row Time to Leader Board Sunday Mystery WOD ??? ;-) CFP