Building Better Humans

The Project 13 Blog

"...Since we have limited energy and resources the brain and body are constantly adapting to incoming stimulation. When we try a new skill or movement the brain has not yet made those neural connections. 

That’s why new things are difficult for us and practice leads to improved performance."

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" can combine the effects of physically stimulating the body (ie training in the gym, eating a healthy meal, practicing free throws, etc) with the mind’s powerful ability to perceive intent to amplify your results. You can fast track your progress and your health instead of treading water." Read More
"...We close because we value the time we have with our families. We hold that time sacred and want to take advantage of it where we can. And by closing for July 4th and 5th we're able to do that. To enjoy time with our loved ones. To take a step back to reflect, to be introspective.

We'll spend these few days outside recharging and decompressing. Away from technology, immersed in real connections and experiences." Read More

The reason it’s not easy for most people to implement intent is twofold: first, we may not know the importance of intent (or worse, we may not believe intent matters at all), and second, we are distracted and/or overstimulated.

This article is going to help you understand the importance of intent and arm you with the knowledge to believe and apply focused intent in your own life to maximize your performance.

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But what if you’re already exercising and not seeing the benefits?

You should bring your focus to a very important and commonly overlooked piece of exercise: the intent with which you perform.

...If you go to the gym and just go through the motions you’re leaving huge potential on the table.

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We are no longer victims of our DNA. We have the opportunity every single day to influence our genes in order to live longer, healthier lives AND perform better physically and in our careers.

Sound too good to be true? Read on.

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...We’ve been told our entire lives that there are certain characteristics about ourselves we cannot change. That a trait or health issue is hereditary, our genetics at work. That we’re built or wired a certain way and there’s nothing we can do about it. “That’s just how life goes”.

But what if we could change how we’re built? What if we could change our genetics?

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A question we are asking more and more these days is “can we hack our health and fastrack our learning (physical and cognitive) to achieve our full potential?”

There’s enough science and studies to show...

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