The Dark Art of Imagery

A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis
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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.

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A blog post on the Art of Kayaking by Nick Beavis

When you hear about coaches or elite athletes and performers talking about ‘imagery’ and the importance of it, most people’s eyes glaze over or at least switch off a bit, typically making a mental note of “I’m not advanced enough to need that” or perhaps “I already do that” perhaps knowing they’re not fully invested in the technique, and even for the ones that do do some form of imagery, rarely do they actually invest in the technique sufficiently to maximise the benefit they could receive from it.