"Visualization works because it has a measurable, physiological effect on our body. In fact, neurologically, your body can't tell the difference between a 'real' experience, and a vividly imagined one. You consciously know one experience is real and the other is imagined, but at the cellular level, your body can't tell the difference."For a sport like wrestling, rooted in traditions and archaic training methods, creative approaches to changing achievement levels may be judged dubiously. But it's about time our group started changing levels.
A Champion Wrestler Finally Gets His Ring – SUNY Cortland - “Troy Monks ’90 won an NCAA Division III national championship in wrestling at 118 pounds 27 years ago. Something, however, was always missing. “ Link
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