Many animals are known to adapt their bodies to influence other animals around them. Peacocks flare their feathers, chimpanzees inhale air to make their chests bulge. Humans do similar things but what is interesting is that the way we hold ourselves not only affects others' perceptions of us, but also affects what is going on inside our own heads.
When Barry Cowan took Sampras to 5 sets in Wimbledon this year, Sampras was 13-time grand slam champion and Cowan was the the unfavoured British wildcard ranked 248 in the world. Tools of NLP helped him rise to the challenge. Click here to read more
Interesting Panorama programme about the support available (or lack of it) for children with mental health problems Click here to read more
I had an article published this week on Drummond Health & Fitness Education Academy entitled NLP and the Psychology of Weight Loss. Happy reading! Click here to read more
The make-up of the bacteria found in human faeces may influence levels of dangerous fat in our bodies, say researchers from King's College London. Their analysis of stool samples in a study of more than 3,600 twins found evidence that some of this bacteria is inherited.
Interesting article by neuroscientist Sandra Aamodt from Yale University who claims that your brain fiercely defends a set body weight range. This range spans about a stone and within this range it is relatively easy to manage.
An experiment entitled “Is it possible to get stronger just by thinking about exercise?” on the BBC programme Trust me I’m a doctor, demonstrates the power of the mind.
As an exercise physiologist, nutritionist and NLP coach, I have discovered that when it comes to weight loss, nutritional and activity advice is only a small part of the equation.
An article published in Frontiers Psychology at the end of June reported on a large research study which proved, beyond a doubt, that thinking positive will change your behaviour and help you to perform better.