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    Gary 'Smiler' Turner
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    Default Hypnotherapy and sports article

    http://www.menshealth.com/men/fitnes...200000cee793cd

    I'm not quite as flamboyant in my approach!

    I won't have you screaming 'I am Maximus!!', well, unless you want to that is! Its interesting as more and more sportspersons are turning to hypnotherapy and NLP interventions to help them achieve their potential...

    I've a client Friday who is a 2012 no. 1, where the British Team Strength and Conditioning Coach has referred him to me, after seeing the quick improvements on another team member I've worked with...

    My suggestion would be to work with a hypnotherapist who knows sport though, like me in the South (obviously lol!!), Richie Cadden and Vinnie Shoreman ooop North, and Alan Whitton in Essex...

    Any of you guys utilised this route in the past? I wonder how you found the results...

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    Rob T in 5.....4.....3.....2....
    Gary.

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    RAOFL!!!!

    Smiler...or rather...Hysterical Laughter...

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    lol

    ...and lol at the article. Some people are impressed with grand claims and random referencing I guess.
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    Hey Rob, I've got an idea!

    Now, I make a wicked cup of coffee, thanks to my Italian friends showing me how, and I've got a decent sized house too so you don't have to come over and back in the same day, you can stay over, and me and my wife can cook nicely too, so you'll be well fed!

    So how about popping over some time, and we can do what we call a 'breakthrough' session, where we can work together over a course of 4-5hours, so you can see how I work, what I do, see how it affects you, so you can experience it all first hand?

    Now there's an offer!

    Best regards,

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    No. I have a lot of better stuff to spend my time on. You had your chance to show scientific support and totally failed.
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    Lol, you didn't look at the stuff I did give you, so I give you a chance to see first hand, free instead of a value of around 500 too...

    You can't say I didn't try...

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    You have no grasp of science and are unwilling to learn because you will not accept simple facts (about theory, hypothesis, empirical evidence etc). The fact that you are still offering anecdotal evidence is pathetic.

    lol at you having to mention 500. No one cares.
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    Rob, you didn't even look at the hard evidence I did show you...and unwilling to learn? OK...if only you knew the study I've done, am doing, and have planned...and every time you raise an objection, I stop, question myself, and go over studies I have carried out, and reappraise where I am.

    So I guess I am unwilling to learn then lol...

    And yeah, you would have got nearly 2 days work from me for free, which is why I put the value, as I was prepared to put that much input into letting you experience what I do, how, the methodology, everything. Oh well, opportunity missed...

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    (PS, did you ever look at the evidence on EMDR? It was a good example that I presented, as it shows how science is providing evidence of significant success, while at the same time not providing evidence of how an element of it works. It would have made a great discussion.)

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    No, nothing would make an interesting discussion because you are unwilling to abide by the principles of the scientific method. Question; could anything convince you that NLP is completely false?
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