TRAIN YOUR BRAIN TO EX­PECT THE WORST

Men's Fitness - - Worst Case -

For­get legs and lungs: when it comes to en­durance per­for­mance, cur­rent the­ory says that per­ceived ef­fort (how hard ex­er­cise feels) is the real lim­iter of per­for­mance. You’ve got two ways to im­prove: de­crease the per­ceived ef­fort, or – more nas­tily – in­crease how much you can han­dle. Coach and writer Matt Fitzger­ald, au­thor of How Bad Do You Want It?, ex­plains how to nail the lat­ter.

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