Peak Performance

Peak Performance

Do you self-sabotage yourself? Do you really believe that you can reach your peak potential as an athlete if you have subconscious sabotage to success? Different athletes have their own version of self-sabotage. We see examples of this all around us, even the ones at the top. Consider for example Tiger Woods. This is true for any other area of life other than athletic performance. We see this for example in corporate managers and sales persons who subconsciously stand in their own way to advance up the corporate ladder or to make better sales commissions. We see it in students who sabotage their grades, essays, thesis and other academic achievement. We even see it in relationships—chasing the wrong dating partners over and over again. When I work with athletes who feel stuck in certain levels of performance, before I address any other factor that hinders their success, I check for underlying subconscious sabotage to find if they are standing in their own way to peak performance. I do it by interviewing their body. Because the sabotage is subconscious, only rarely if ever the person is aware of the enemy inside. The body is an ever present, a 100 percent accurate polygraph when it comes to things subconscious. This is because the body has access to all information, conscious and unconscious. So, in order to get to the subconscious I use Energy Muscle Testing. Anything that is true, positive, and free of conflicts will strengthen all muscles, whereas everything that not true, that is negative or has something to do with an inner conflict, will weaken all muscles. This is true regardless of the person’s muscle strength. I worked with muscle builders and weight lifters who can easily lift 200 pounds or more. When they said something negative about themselves, they could not resist me when I tried to open up their finger circle no matter how hard they tried. This test has nothing to do with muscle strength. It has to do with energy flow in the body. That is why it is called Energy Muscle Testing (EMT). So, it is simple enough to check whether or not you are at your peak potential. You first have to calibrate checking muscle strength with known true and false statements like your true and fake name. Then you have to state: “I am functioning at my peak potential” and have a partner trying to separate your fingers apart, breaking the circle you make by putting your thumb and ring finger together. If the muscle is strong you are good. Yet, 99 percent of the athletes I checked had a weak muscle...

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