I read an article on here saying that guys in the NHL use Power Drive. You should check it out.[/quote]
Yeah, I remember reading about that in the write up for Power Drive. Is there another article about it that I should search for?
[quote]James Cain wrote:
Are you asking if people do actually do it, or if it works for other people? In either case, a lot of people do it, and yes it works. There is plenty of evidence that visualization improves the performance of the visualized task. As far as powerdrive helping, I doubt there is a synergistic effect between the two. Sure, powerdrive could help improve neural facilitation, but the visualization’s benefits don’t occur do the the pathways, it’s more psychological.
However, there is research showing inceased performance in motor tasks due to visualization alone, independent of actual physical training. It sounds like a good master’s thesis topic, I might have to use it.[/quote]
Some of the literature I’ve read says that it helps the neural pathways and that it actually fires the stimuli or whatever even without the muscle moving with enough concentration. IF this was the case, would powerdrive help?
But anyhow, I do use visualization, and I have made some nice improvements playing. I recomend it to anyone who hasn’t tried it.
But anyhow, would Power Drive be worth taking if I were to visualize after my workouts, for any poetential benefits and CNS recovery.