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Adam “The Bioneer” Sinicki
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Writer, Bodybuilder, Gentleman
Writer, Bodybuilder, Gentleman

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Can bodybuilders fight? How would they perform against a trained fighter? In this post I look at the science and challenge some myths. It's not what you think!

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Can bodybuilders fight? How would they perform against a trained fighter? In this post I look at the science and challenge some myths. It's not what you think!

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Can bodybuilders fight? How would they perform against a trained fighter? In this post I look at the science and challenge some myths. It's not what you think!

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Can bodybuilders fight? How would they perform against a trained fighter? In this post I look at the science and challenge some myths. It's not what you think!

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Can bodybuilders fight? How would they perform against a trained fighter? In this post I look at the science and challenge some myths. It's not what you think!

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This video discusses flow states and mushin and how the two are similar (plus how they are just like Goku's 'Ultra Instinct!'). I discuss how to trigger a flow state and particularly how you can trigger one by using an interesting technique called 'wide angle vision'. This effectively engages your peripheral vision and allows you to gain a broader vision and thereby to detect subtle movements. A similar technique is used in the FBI, where it is known as 'splatter vision'.

What's interesting is that this seems to heighten not only situational awareness, but also reaction speeds. It may also trigger a state similar to flow, by changing the amount of information coming into your brain, by helping you to feel calmer during high-stakes activities and by giving more context to your surroundings.

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This video discusses flow states and mushin and how the two are similar (plus how they are just like Goku's 'Ultra Instinct!'). I discuss how to trigger a flow state and particularly how you can trigger one by using an interesting technique called 'wide angle vision'. This effectively engages your peripheral vision and allows you to gain a broader vision and thereby to detect subtle movements. A similar technique is used in the FBI, where it is known as 'splatter vision'.

What's interesting is that this seems to heighten not only situational awareness, but also reaction speeds. It may also trigger a state similar to flow, by changing the amount of information coming into your brain, by helping you to feel calmer during high-stakes activities and by giving more context to your surroundings.

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This video discusses flow states and mushin and how the two are similar (plus how they are just like Goku's 'Ultra Instinct!'). I discuss how to trigger a flow state and particularly how you can trigger one by using an interesting technique called 'wide angle vision'. This effectively engages your peripheral vision and allows you to gain a broader vision and thereby to detect subtle movements. A similar technique is used in the FBI, where it is known as 'splatter vision'.

What's interesting is that this seems to heighten not only situational awareness, but also reaction speeds. It may also trigger a state similar to flow, by changing the amount of information coming into your brain, by helping you to feel calmer during high-stakes activities and by giving more context to your surroundings.

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This video discusses flow states and mushin and how the two are similar (plus how they are just like Goku's 'Ultra Instinct!'). I discuss how to trigger a flow state and particularly how you can trigger one by using an interesting technique called 'wide angle vision'. This effectively engages your peripheral vision and allows you to gain a broader vision and thereby to detect subtle movements. A similar technique is used in the FBI, where it is known as 'splatter vision'.

What's interesting is that this seems to heighten not only situational awareness, but also reaction speeds. It may also trigger a state similar to flow, by changing the amount of information coming into your brain, by helping you to feel calmer during high-stakes activities and by giving more context to your surroundings.
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