Jim Schmitz on the Lifts

MILO Journal: Weight Training and Fitness - Mind over matter

MILO Articles by Topic: General weight training and fitness

 


Mind over matter:

Concentration - Part I 1.4
Concentration - Part II 2.1
Concentration - Part III 2.2
Visualization - Part I 7.4
Visualization - Part II 8.1
Life lessons 8.2
Internal power 9.3
Controlling change 9.4
Samurai wisdom 10.1
Focus 11.1, 11.2
Mind's eye 11.1
Japenese doka wisdom 11.2
Why weight lift 11.4
Lack of concentration 12.2
Decisions, strategies, tactics 12.2
Value of the process 13.3
Overcoming fear 14.1
Perspective 14.2
Solo training 14.3
Life lessons from lifting 14.4
Overcoming inhibitions 16.1
Making gains 16.2
Positive focus 16.2
Mental toughness 16.2
Self respect 16.3
Cold water dousing 16.4
Placebo effect 17.4

 

   

 

 

Excuses 18.1
Controlled striking 18.2
Thinking ahead for success 18.3
Honest worker 18.3
100-rep squats 18.3
Goal setting 19.2
Peak performance 19.3
Weight of water 19.4
Yinyang in training/life 19.4
Humility 19.4
Strength sport mindset 19.4
Competing against one's self 20.3
Near-death recovery 20.3
Strength for overcoming disaster 20.4
Paul Anderson's PMT concept 21.1
Motivation 21.2
Focus on the process
21.3
Motivation, passion 22.2
Delay of gratification 22.3
Uncertainty 22.4
Quantum physics approach 22.4
Mental engagement 23.1

 

 

 

 


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