The Central Governor Model implies that the brain governs how hard your muscles are allowed to work in order to protect them. Thus, we never truly use the full capacity of our body. Professor Tim Noakes is world-renowned for coming up with the theory and proving it in research studies, and joins us today to explain more.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT:
-How big an impact the brain really has on your performance
-What you should do to try and override the perceived barriers
-How the balance between perception of fatigue and a willingness to take on fatigue ultimately determines how much you can push yourself
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