HYPNOSIS HELPS BALANCE INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC GYM MOTIVATION
What Does Dwayne Johnson, Jonah Hill and Conor McGregor have in common?
At first glance, people might assume that these three celebrities have nothing in common except all being in the public eye. World-renowned hypnotist, Richard Barker, sees the similarities in the celebrities’ workout motivations. Dwayne Johnson, Jonah Hill and Conor McGregor are all intrinsically and extrinsically motivated exercisers. Why is this important? There’s a new #LifeHack to make someone eager to workout. Like all #LifeHacks, once the trick is learned, it all seems so simple.
Most people don’t understand or even know what motivates them to get up and head to the gym. Knowing the differences between the two motivators found in exercise psychology will dramatically increase one’s chance of keeping with a strict exercise routine. Because of not understanding what motivates them, more often than not, many will ditch their gym day in order to binge-watch the new arrival list in Netflix.
Hypnotist Richard Barker publishes a highly informative explanation that allows unmotivated exercisers to gain an insight as to why specific celebrities and athletes are able to keep with their gym routines. Millions of gym members are struggling with obtaining the motivation they need and Barker gives them a way to hack their mind and change their behaviors. For those lacking in motivation, Hypnosis can be used to reprogram how someone feels about exercising. It’s a game changer for most.
Intrinsic gym motivation versus extrinsic gym motivation. Intrinsically motivated exercisers gain their motivation to workout internally; these people are inclined to go to the gym because it makes them feel good inside. Extrinsically motivated exercisers gain their motivation to workout externally; this group needs a specific end-result or goal to work towards to continue their gym routine. The goal is to be like Dwayne Johnson, Jonah Hill and Conor McGregor; having a healthy balance of both extrinsic and intrinsic gym motivators.
People who can’t find a healthy balance of both motivators are the ones that have trouble making it to the gym. There might be a disconnect between what their conscious mind and subconscious mind gets out of working out. Those who are lacking in the self-motivation department can greatly benefit from hypnosis. A motivation hypnotist like Barker can create a suggested pathway between intrinsic and extrinsic motivations when it’s time to exercise. Yes, someone can actually change their brain to be eager and excited to workout. Take the quiz now to find out what gym motivator works best for someone’s conscious and subconscious brain.
Richard Barker the Incredible Hypnotist is a world-renowned hypnotist who has spent the last 20 years working with thousands of clients and performing his live show in 38 countries. Richard has been seen recently on CBS, NBC, FOX and ABC Networks and is constantly a spokesperson for Hypnosis.