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Hypnosis Recovery?

Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by TheBruteFist, Dec 20, 2012.

  1. TheBruteFist Orange Belt

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    I was wondering how would it feel to be hypnozed so I opened up some youtube videos on self hypnosis and spiral stuff....I...was surprised! Last night i spent 4 hours continues in boxing training, today i spend 2 hours training and i am very sore and tired. I watched 10 minutes? i was REALLY sleepy and heavy feeling in those 10 minutes, but after the videos ended. I snapped back with full energy and some minor sores do not exist?!??!!?!

    Question is. Have anyone tried this before? Does this really help recovery/relaxation?
     
  2. Rex Skywalker Back away from the younglings Platinum Member

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    My mind is too strong to be hypnozed.
     
  3. TheBruteFist Orange Belt

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    Actually, the less mentally strong people are the ones who resist hypnosis :icon_lol: The stronger the mind is, the faster you get hypnozed because you are able to focus more into your mind and stuff.
     
  4. bobthebuilder Special Belt

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    My mind is so strong, it sits back and observes the hypnosis phenemenon for a while, then spits it on the floor like an unwanted piece of gum prior to this being socially unacceptable
     
  5. tsukongk Orange Belt

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    Not sure how not allowing the body to recover at it normal pace by hypnosis is beneficial at all. I'd rather use it to get sleepier since overtraining gives me insomnia.
     
  6. Tosa Red Belt

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    You should take sugar pills and pretend they're steroids instead. It's a better placebo.
     
  7. Cratos Banned Banned

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    Bro, you should ask to have this thread deleted and we'll forget you ever made it.
     
  8. SeanBen White Belt

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    Hypnosis although not works on everyone but it is very effective...
     
  9. CPP Orange Belt

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    So it's a lot like [Kiai] ?
     
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    Found out how to embed :cool:
     
  11. Im so Moldy Blue Belt

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    He could have won easily but he didn't want to kill the poor kid.
     
  12. CPP Orange Belt

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    He did do some powerful hypnosis at the end to recover though? :icon_chee
     
  13. Griborn White Belt

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    Ten minutes of youtubing would most certainly speed up the process of upregulating transcription factors, increase polymerase activity and proteinsynthesis.
     
  14. Midnighter Silver Belt

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    Never used it for recovery, but I used hypnotism in order to bench 276.

    Was incredible.
     

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