The Fitness Gentleman

Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Playing Word Games for Peak Performance
I received a great response to my last newsletter in which I discussed the “Dennis Effect”. - that magical thing that happens when you replace words and thoughts of negativity with an uplifting mantra such as “I love it, I love it!”

It’s amazing but just saying those 3 words when exercising will instantly give you more energy and strength.

One of our trainers here at Fitness Together Mandarin has recently started incorporating the Dennis Effect into his sessions with clients and it’s working so well I had to share it with you:

For the entire session, whenever he asks how you’re doing, you’re only allowed to reply with a positive comment and you can’t use the same reply more than once.

Everyone starts with the easy replies – such as, “Good!” and “Great!” but by halfway through the session the game starts to get a bit more challenging.

Some of my favorite responses have been, “wicked awesome”, “radical”, “fantabulous”, “Skipalicious” (this came from Skip) …

Try playing this game yourself or with a friend the next time you exercise – I guarantee it will have you smiling pretty quickly and you’ll also have one of your best workouts in a long time.

For more great peak performance tips try the new 5-Minute Flexibility DVD.

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Yours in health & happiness

Giles Wiley – The Fitness Gentleman
Fitness expert, Author & Magazine Contributor

PS. “5-Minute Flexibility” can keep you flexible and energized in just minutes a day – to order to your DVD go right now to

Copyright, Wiley Exercise Systems LLC, 2008
**The contents of this daily email are not to be considered as medical advice. Always consult a physician before beginning or changing any fitness program.**
posted by Giles Wiley @ 2:52 AM  
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Name: Giles Wiley
Home: Atlantic Beach, Florida, United States
About Me: Giles - The Fitness Gentleman - is the author of "5-Minute Flexibility - Rapid Releases for Tight & Tired Muscles" and the publisher of the online newsletter "Optimal Health, Fitness & Weight Loss Tips". He was given the name The Fitness Gentleman by his clients and colleagues because of his refined approach to fitness and fat-loss. Giles is in demand as a speaker and coach. He spent many years travelling the world studying and training alongside the best of the best in all aspects of physical performance. He is university-trained in Exercise Physiology, Nutrition, & Physiotherapy, as well as being a highly experienced, international level Martial Artist.
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