Rewire Your Brain for Optimization Through Neuroscience w/Garrett Salpeter
By Jay Campbell
January 24th, 2022
The human brain does everything in its power to keep us out of harm’s way, but in doing so, it often holds us back from reaching a state of total optimization.
For this reason, it doesn’t matter how much we want to optimize ourselves; our brains simply won’t allow it if it seems too dangerous.
Wouldn’t it be great if we could rewire our brains, so perceived risk need not hinder our results?
It’s possible to rewire our brains in order to speed up recovery times, so what’s stopping us from applying that same logic to our fitness?
In this episode, Founder of NeuFit, Garrett Salpeter gives us an overview of the patented Neubie device, and shares how the tool can be used to change our approach to fitness forever.
We can create our own realities using the power of intention. -Garrett Salpeter
Three Curiosity-Driven Takeaways
- How to maximize our muscle use
The average person can only use around 30% of all their muscle at once. Is there a way to increase that without building new muscle first?
- The dangers of training through EGO
Are we limiting our full potential by following the lead of others in the gym, who may be clueless, themselves?
- Why Direct Current was previously disallowed for fitness purposes
The benefits of DC on the body were known as far back as 50 years ago, so what’s stopped it from being used more widely in fitness?
Garrett Salpeter (\”Saul – Peter\”) is the founder of NeuFit.
He used his background in Engineering and Neuroscience to create the patented Neubie device.
He has trained thousands of doctors, therapists, and other professionals who are using NeuFit to help their patients recover faster from injuries.
Reverse chronic pain, restore function lost due to neurological injuries or diseases, and achieve improvements in fitness and performance.
He also works with dozens of professional sports teams and athletes, and is the author of the bestselling book, The NeuFit Method.
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