To be really, really honest, the results of using hypnosis to enhance muscular performance are not that impressive and do not actually show any real gains reviews by a number of key authors including Hull (1933) and Barber (1966) and the very influential (to the field of hypnosis and sports performance) Morgan (1972, 1980, 1993) – most of whom showed that when it comes to muscular performance, suggestions given in hypnosis were just as effective as suggestions given to a non-hypnotised, but motivated individual when it came to muscular performance.
However, the really great news for us runners is that numerous studies show that the gains made in terms of endurance and aerobic power are significant when it comes to the use of hypnosis. And I have an evidence based strategy to share with you here.
Most of the research concerning muscular performance and aerobic performance though, also does suggest…
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