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Emotional Visualizations and Workout Schedule Challenges: Ask The Experts

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Emotional Visualizations and Workout Schedule Challenges: Ask The Experts

Big Al, of, answers questions about dealing with Emotional Visualization difficulties and busy schedule training.

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Q. I’ve been having trouble with the Emotional Visualizations exercises for training.

They’re hard to do and I get frustrated doing it. What do you recommend?

Al: The Emotional Visualization exercises are for developing emotional mastery and a better kinesthetic sense. To summarize, BEFORE the session you should find a place to relax and to empty your mind of any thoughts. Optimally, your emotional state should be neutral, but if you could recall a positive emotional experience during sexual contact and can transfer some of that emotion into the session that would be optimal.

The difficulty comes from fighting the mind. The fighting in and of itself taps into “survival” emotions, which counters the process. A good analogy is to visualize your mind like a fist grasping at thoughts and mental dialog. When attempting the EVs picture yourself relaxing the fist- letting all of the thoughts dissipate. When the thoughts intrude (and they will) recenter yourself by focusing on your breathing, then picture yourself releasing again.

Go into it with acceptance- understanding that you’re going to be challenged. It may take 2-3 weeks of practice, but once you reach a threshold of viability you’ll find the process much easier and more rewarding.


Q. My schedule is very busy and I don’t always have time to do a full workout.

What are some ways someone in my situation can train?

Al: For best results, the exercises should be performed in one sitting. This is because the regimen is structured in a way where each exercise cascades into the next one.

As I see it, there are two possible solutions for getting in a full workout. The first would be to train first thing in the morning. The benefits are you’ll be taking advantage of high hormone levels upon awakening, and the motivation of having finished your session first thing in the day can carry over to the rest of the day. I recommend this option even if you have to wake up earlier.

If you don’t even have time for the above, maintenance exercises like JAI Stretches or light jelqs performed throughout the day can help to maintain conditioning. You might also consider a covert device like the Stealth or Phallosan.


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