EXOS – The 0.10 Second Difference
EXOS – The 0.10 Second Difference
Get an inside look at the systems used by EXOS (formerly Athletes’ Performance) to train the world’s top athletes, including professional sport hopefuls and veterans. EXOS Presents – The 0.10 Second Difference, featuring Nick Winkelman, will focus on the science and application of elite linear speed development and EXOS’ time-tested drills and methodology to help athletes run faster.
Follow Nick through 2.5 hours of theory including programming and coaching models for linear speed development, as well as, technical models for both acceleration and absolute speed. This presentation, combined with 90 minutes of on-field practical exercises for optimizing the start, acceleration, and absolute speed, will help you take your coaching to the next level. Whether you’re a coach working with pro-football-bound athletes or you’re working to help athletes in any sport get faster, this education module will provide you with the tools you need to help athletes improve their linear speed. This professionally produced experience is optimized for sport coaches, performance coaches, sports therapists, and any athlete looking to upgrade their game.
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What is HYPNOSIS – NLP?
Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is a technique used to provide clients with the tools to overcome certain life obstacles. NLP is in short, a way of helping people help themselves to reach a state of excellence, happiness and peace of mind.
NLP is a learning model devised by two American academics (Dr Richard Bandler and John Grinder) in the early 70s, who were fascinated by the relationship between language behaviour and excellence. They believed that by analysing the unconscious linguistic techniques used by successful people, they could produce ‘a recipe for excellence’ in which other people could consciously learn to apply said ‘successful techniques’.
What is NLP?
NLP stands for neuro-linguistic programming.
Neuro – All of our experience is gained from the neurological processes that govern our five senses: taste, touch, smell, sight and sound.
Linguistic – We make sense of these experiences through a set of filters, including language. The language we use can also affect the way we experience things.
Programming – This is a way of controlling the outcome of something. A person can use NLP to ‘predetermine excellence’ by adjusting the language we use.
To break it down, the science aspect is the process of extracting and learning the techniques. The art aspect is the act of applying the techniques to our own lives.
There are four ways NLP techniques are most commonly used:
to teach effective communication
to ensure continual personal development
to enhance learning
to encourage a greater enjoyment in life
NLP is used to teach us how changing our perception of the world can lead us to adjust and adapt our behaviours to live the life we want.
NLP and hypnotherapy
Hypnotherapists aim to induce a relaxed and receptive state (trance) in their clients in order to access the subconscious. Many of the obstacles that prohibit or limit a person’s experiences are deeply embedded in the subconscious, so by accessing the thought processes that usually remain hidden, hypnotherapists can work with clients to change the restrictive thought pattern and make room for positive development.
An NLP practitioner will look at your attitude, your language and how you use it, your understanding of relationships and your ability to build rapport, as well as the physical and emotional states that are best for accomplishing a task. Effective communication and perception of others and ourselves, will also be key focuses. All of these will be analysed and examined by the professional, so that a strategy for improving understanding, motivation, learning and memory can be formed.
Many hypnotherapists train in NLP to help improve their ability to communicate more effectively with their clients, as well as to help their clients communicate more effectively with themselves.
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