Run Faster Hypnosis



Run Faster Hypnosis Download


Run Faster By Unleashing Your Inner Cheetah!

Would you benefit from using the mental imagery of a world champion to help you run faster, stronger and more powerfully?

Do you want to capture the power, acceleration and speed of the cheetah in your mind to help you run as fast as you know you are capable of?

How good would it be to maximise the returns from all your training and run faster?

Using this Run Faster hypnosis download can help you to

  •  Use mental imagery to help you run with increased speed, power and strength
  •  Run smoothly, dynamically and with increased focus
  •  Develop enhanced belief in yourself and in your running capability
  •  Support all of your training to help you run faster
  •  Learn and build upon the psychology strategy of a world champion as you run


Running Psychology

This weekend I was out as usual for my long slow run. For one reason and another it’s been a while but I’m now back over the ten mile mark and pretty pleased with that, especially given the freezing weather and strong winds we’ve been faced with for many weeks. Roll on spring and some warmer times and sunshine!

During my long runs I employ all sorts of psychological running strategies to help me keep going and complete my scheduled distances. I call upon everything from really associating in what I am doing, to dissociating and letting my mind wander, thinking about specific challenges, setting and imagining goals, breaking it down into each individual mile, calculating how much of my run I’ve completed and a whole host of other techniques depending on how I am running and what is the most useful at the time.

As long runs get longer, and getting comfortable with being uncomfortable and fatigue become things, I’ve always found it important to be able to manage that little voice in my head that comes out and can start to plant some negative seeds in my mind if left unabated.

Throughout my running over the last twenty years or more, I don’t think I’ve ever particularly regarded myself as a speed merchant (although I’m happy to share my sprint finish victory story and how fast I ran when chased by a chicken).. My style of running and my body seem to be more suited to slower, longer stuff. That said, I’ve hit some faster milestones that I’m pleased with for myself, such as a sub-20 minute 5km, sub 40 minute 10k and sub 90 minute half marathon. I’m pretty pleased with those personal bests.

Running fast is a personal thing. It isn’t necessarily bout being faster than everyone else, it’s about running harder and faster (in a safe fashion) to reach what you personally are capable of. It requires effort, persistence and the right mindset to push on (even when it gets uncomfortable).

This hypnosis download is based upon a sports psychology strategy involving mental imagery that has been used by a world champion. It’ something I’ve used myself when I need a hard, fast burst, like when we run at bootcamp and there’s an element of competition.  As well as taking care of the physical aspects of running and training, you also need to  work on the mindset and psychological side if you want to achieve your best.

World Champion Mental Imagery 

A while back I was watching a documentary about the 1991 World Athletics Championships and the intense rivalry and level of competition between long jumpers Mike Powell and Carl Lewis.

I can still remember watching Carl Lewis on the TV back then. He was a formidable athlete and seemed to win just about everything he entered. Going into the long jump at the Championships he was a two time Olympic Gold Medalist, two time World Champion and had been undefeated in the long jump for ten years. He had even set a 100 metre world record a few day earlier. That’s some impressive record of running and jumping right there!

In the long jump final, Lewis led for the first four rounds (of 6) and had set a new championship record along the way. Then, in the fifth round Powell jumped 8.95m to break a world record that had stood for over twenty years. Wow! At the time I’m writing this his world record still stands (that is, no athlete in the last thirty years has managed to better it).

In the documentary, Powell described how he would use visualisation (mental imagery) to produce his gold medal, world record long jump performance. To prepare himself mentally and to get in the zone for peak performance, Powell would imagine the entire jump in his mind, assigning different animals to the different elements of the run and jump.

He would imagine starting his run up powerfully charging like a bull, then galloping like a horse, then accelerate like a cheetah to build up speed into his take off. It clearly worked because in that jump he not only took first place but set a new world record of 8.95m. A pretty powerful and successful us of the mind, and mental imagery, to perform.

I think this also demonstrates the importance of psychology and your mindset in producing the best performances you are capable of. Most runners I know spend a lot of time on the physical aspects (like actual training, stretching and so forth), and even spend a lot of time on selecting the right kit (who doesn’t love a running gadget) but, the amount of time spent on developing mindset and the psychological aspects of running, training and competing often get overlooked (even though every successful runners and sports person describes the importance of mindset).

Now this sort of mental imagery isn’t just for world champions and record holders. I think all runners can gain from developing this psychological strategies for peak performance. And that means, whatever you current running level, there is cope for you to get better and faster by deliberate practice and focus.


Run Faster Hypnosis

When you think of an animal that can run fast, a cheetah is probably the one that comes to mind. We’ve all seen images of cheetahs accelerating and sprinting as they chase prey and go in for the kill. As the fastest land mammal, a cheetah is capable of accelerating in seconds and running at more than 50 miles per hour.

Now, even world champion Mike Powell didn’t reach those speeds on his route to gold, but by capturing the power, acceleration and speed of the cheetah in his mind, you can harness your ability to run faster when you need a burst of speed. It may not have the endurance of some other animals, but if you want to run fast then you want to use your mind to harness some of that speed in your own performances.

This hypnosis download will help you to use this mental imagery to unleash your inner cheetah and run strongly, powerfully and speedily. As you imagine the movement, speed and focus of a cheetah, you’ll learn how to integrate these qualities into your own running to support your training and to run faster.

By listening to this Run Faster Hypnosis Download Audio you will:

  •  Use mental imagery to help you run with increased speed, power and strength
  •  Run smoothly, dynamically and with increased focus
  •  Develop enhanced belief in yourself and in your running capability
  •  Support all of your training to help you run faster
  •  Learn and build upon the psychology strategy of a world champion as you run

You can get your copy today and enjoy instant access to this awesome hypnosis download. If you do really want to make the most of your training and build your speed then do give this Run Faster Hypnosis a listen right now.

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