I don't believe that I know how to move better in your body than you know how to move in your own." She then went on to explain how she conducted her early research and the impact it's had on her method. She studied how different stimulus affected participants as they exercised by hooking them up to machines and allowing them to watch their favorite shows on TV as they walked on a treadmill. She continued to experiment and monitored the effects of different coaching methods, from motivational orders to bootcamp-style yelling, until finally, she landed on one that worked. Want a Celebrity's Body? Here's Why Tracy Anderson Will Tell You That "It Can't Happen" "Then Strength Training I turned Static Contraction Equipment on music — the louder I turned on the music, the more neural pathways opened up," Tracy said. "Then I put my treadmill in front of their treadmills, and I shut up, and I turned up the music, and I said to mimic me. And their brains just opened up the craziest number of pathways by doing that." She found that the key was to avoid stressful instruction and to allow class-takers to figure out the movement on their own rather than providing predictive cuing. "It is not my responsibility to go, 'Shake it, girl, you got it!' or 'You're such a wimp!' It's terrible," she said. "How are you supposed to connect to your spiritual self during that? How are you supposed to process your emotions? How are you supposed to get to know yourself?
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