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Being a musician as well as a strength trainer is, to a lot a people, a very odd combination. To me though, it makes perfect sense that one helps the other. Here's a little of why not only do the two of them work so well together, but how music actually can give you insights into creating greater strength and speed.

Having been in the recording studio countless hours in my life, a constant thing I look at and analyze are sound wave files. Each piece of music has a unique sound print, each phrase, each note. And each time a musician plays a note, not only must that note be perfectly projected, but how each note moves into the next becomes like a fingerprint unique to the artist and unique to the point in time that it was created. No two recordings will ever be even remotely the same. Of course, they may sound the same. But if you look at the sound waves, those sound waves tell a completely different story. But each time you play a piece of music, it changes the sound file in minute ways that make profound differences.

That's why to record a music album takes months and months – to get just the right sound, just the right feel, just the right emotion so that those sound waves (music) will affect us deeply.

Each one of those sound wave files are physical measurements that are recorded by musicians playing their instruments in a particular way, with a particular emotion, with each phrase having a completely different trajectory, motion, pressure, and velocity.

Now if we start thinking of our movements having the subtleties of sound waves and that those sound waves are very accurate measurements of what we put forth, we begin thinking of new ways to move. We become more creative and that creativity brings us new horizons to see.

Our movement can not only become more physcially powerful if we pay close attention to those waves, but we can accurately start seeing how if we imagine what the sound of our trajectory is before we do it, the body flows with a more solid base as well as flows with more fluidity.

Even though musicians may play the same music over and over, very few of them would ever play the same phrase exactly the same way every time. Why would they want to?

Yet, many of us move in the gym the same way every day – day in and day out.

A musician actively thinks of each note and phrase so that it may have the right intensity, the right trajectory, the right speed, the right timbre, the right emotion – just to create just the “right sound”.

What if you start thinking that way with your own movement in exercise? I dare say you'd start finding new ways to express your energy with more power and strength even if you aren't a musician.

In CoreForce Energy, I constantly emphasize students to learn how to create sounds correctly. I don't mean singing or playing a musical instrument. What I mean is, the when you can learn to not only hear the sound you want to project before you utter it, but that you learn to see with your imagination that your movement matches that frequency, then it always follows, that people’s physical movement ALWAYS matches their sound creation and visualization.

It cannot be otherwise. Sound waves are measurements of physical actions AND visa versa.

To Your Strength and Mastery,

Garin Bader

P.S. With your bonus calls that come with investing in the course, I give you a ton of time in personal instruction not only where you have an opportunity for me to personally show you exactly what to do, but where you'll find that in doing these things the correct way, that you start moving completely differently and strength exudes. Yes, even over the phone – again emphasizing the fact that sound waves affect us in ways that we're only begining to understand totally.