Mind GamesIn a continuing collaboration with Scott over at Straight to the Bar, we will be talking about head games for the month of April and delve into the thought processes that you may have while you are working out.

This week, Scott talks about visualization and how it can relate to performance. Merely the act of seeing yourself succeeding can help you be more relaxed and subconsciously allow you to begin a lift or event with better form and concentration. Telling yourself that you can not do something is one of the best ways to fail, so telling yourself that you will succeed will help you to accomplish your goals.