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  • Hi 🙋🏻‍♀️ who’s excited for tonight?!
Who has questions.. about ANYTHING.. my last episode.. this episode.. this whole experience

drop👇🏼 them👇🏼below && I’ll be answering them as best I can 😉

Tonight is the Battle of the Titans && here’s how it goes....
I win.. I go to the Finale next week
I lose.. I’m done
So tonight is pretty intense

#titangames #battleofthetitans #bloodsweatrespect
  • Hi 🙋🏻‍♀️ who’s excited for tonight?!
    Who has questions.. about ANYTHING.. my last episode.. this episode.. this whole experience

    drop👇🏼 them👇🏼below && I’ll be answering them as best I can 😉

    Tonight is the Battle of the Titans && here’s how it goes....
    I win.. I go to the Finale next week
    I lose.. I’m done
    So tonight is pretty intense

    #titangames #battleofthetitans #bloodsweatrespect
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*Negative* Mental Attitude.
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Henry Ford is credited with saying- ‘whether you think you can, or you think you can’t, you’re probably right.’
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The idea being that your mental state or attitude towards a problem or situation, will ultimately go a long way towards determining the outcome.
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I like that.
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Doubt will stop you in your tracks, many of us probably miss out on opportunities by never starting, simply because we don’t believe the task at hand is possible.
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BUT.
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What if it’s the ‘power of positive thinking’ that’s also sabotaging your progress?
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When we view life through the rose tinted lens of sunshine and lollypops, we lull ourselves into a false sense of accomplishment, before the fact.
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When we constantly visualise our effortless, triumphant victory, we give ourselves a nifty little psychological pat on the back, the reward centre of our brain claps and celebrates our imaginary accomplishments and gifts us with a physiological shift towards relaxation, we flood with feel good hormones for taking a win before the whistle even blows, our blood pressure lowers and with it our drive to survive and thrive is blunted.
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Not only this, but now, when the bell does ring, we step out with delusions of grandeur, blinkers on, completely blind to the possibility of defeat or loss.
This is not ideal.
.
But what if you could harness the power of negative thinking? What if, instead of preparing cerebrally for waltzing to the finish line, you spent some time contemplating the opposite outcome?
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By visualising not just one, but many possible negative outcomes, we can prepare ourselves for the possibility that this may occur, and in the midst of competition be unfazed by any spanners that may drop into the works, dealing with them with a rational mindset, one that you may not be able to muster if the idea of defeat, loss or failure is an entirely foreign concept to you.
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Acknowledge your imperfections, drive to succeed, but prepare yourself for the fact that on this day, fate may have other plans.
.
Visualise failures, so that they can be avoided.
Be on guard against weaknesses, so that they can be mitigated.
Aim to win, by plotting your losses.
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    *Negative* Mental Attitude.
    .
    Henry Ford is credited with saying- ‘whether you think you can, or you think you can’t, you’re probably right.’
    .
    The idea being that your mental state or attitude towards a problem or situation, will ultimately go a long way towards determining the outcome.
    .
    I like that.
    .
    Doubt will stop you in your tracks, many of us probably miss out on opportunities by never starting, simply because we don’t believe the task at hand is possible.
    .
    BUT.
    .
    What if it’s the ‘power of positive thinking’ that’s also sabotaging your progress?
    .
    When we view life through the rose tinted lens of sunshine and lollypops, we lull ourselves into a false sense of accomplishment, before the fact.
    .
    When we constantly visualise our effortless, triumphant victory, we give ourselves a nifty little psychological pat on the back, the reward centre of our brain claps and celebrates our imaginary accomplishments and gifts us with a physiological shift towards relaxation, we flood with feel good hormones for taking a win before the whistle even blows, our blood pressure lowers and with it our drive to survive and thrive is blunted.
    .
    Not only this, but now, when the bell does ring, we step out with delusions of grandeur, blinkers on, completely blind to the possibility of defeat or loss.
    This is not ideal.
    .
    But what if you could harness the power of negative thinking? What if, instead of preparing cerebrally for waltzing to the finish line, you spent some time contemplating the opposite outcome?
    .
    By visualising not just one, but many possible negative outcomes, we can prepare ourselves for the possibility that this may occur, and in the midst of competition be unfazed by any spanners that may drop into the works, dealing with them with a rational mindset, one that you may not be able to muster if the idea of defeat, loss or failure is an entirely foreign concept to you.
    .
    Acknowledge your imperfections, drive to succeed, but prepare yourself for the fact that on this day, fate may have other plans.
    .
    Visualise failures, so that they can be avoided.
    Be on guard against weaknesses, so that they can be mitigated.
    Aim to win, by plotting your losses.
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  • The Open has begun.
    .
    What are your thoughts on 19.1? Have you tried it yet?
    .
    Grab the new orange and black R E L E N T L E S S Tee/Sweatshirt online now.
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  • Old ass video from August of last year, had only@been training 5 months and decide to see what I could 1 rep on deadlift and was a struggling 160kg (look at dat back arch) oh well gotta laugh at yourself a little and learn from mistakes #strongman #backupyourbullshit #startstrong
  • Old ass video from August of last year, had only@been training 5 months and decide to see what I could 1 rep on deadlift and was a struggling 160kg (look at dat back arch) oh well gotta laugh at yourself a little and learn from mistakes #strongman #backupyourbullshit #startstrong
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