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How Do I Create Muscle Memory?

  • 4 min read
  • June 2019
  • By TB12 Team
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“MUSCLE MEMORY” is a common phrase, and is what many people call their physical reflexes and reactions. Our muscles really do remember — our brain learns how our muscles should work in certain situations, and implements what it thinks the best thing to do is. This can be very helpful for athletes, who may want to control and optimize their muscle memory to help them with their sport performance.

Unfortunately, many athletes accidentally create muscle memory that is counterproductive to their success. Here’s how our brain and muscles learn, and how we can harness that process and use it to our advantage.

Create positive trauma for helpful muscle memory.

Pliability work provides positive trauma to the muscles to teaches them to be more resilient.

#muscle memory#muscle memory pain#positive trauma#vibrating roller
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