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Once the details of a procedure have been explained to you, set aside time to prepare. Think through the procedure several times (in as much detail as possible) as if you were watching a movie. Keep it simple. You don’t have to administer this procedure. You simply have to endure it. Picture the desired outcome. As you watch your mind-movie, keep your eyes closed, your body completely relaxed and (most important) your breathing deep, slow and steady. A couple repetitions will usually do the trick. When it is time for the actual test, commit to this same slow-paced breathing.

Harvey Birdman the Attorney was once Birdman the superhero, but he is now a dimwitted practicing lawyer. All his cases involve legal disputes between other cartoon characters. He’s handled cases involving a custody battle for young Jonny Quest, a copyright infringement dispute between the Chan Clan and Jabberjaw and defended Scooby and Shaggy on trumped-up pot charges.

Have you ever seen a cartoon of someone who looks for muscles as soon as they have finished lifting weights only to be disappointed by the lack of definition they encounter. While it may just be a cartoon, it is also not too far from the truth. Muscles do not grow in an instant. Weight lifting is simply the catalyst that set into motion a metabolic change that will not be realized until days later. Growth occurs once the muscle has had a chance to rest and rebuild itself. This is why rest is such an important component in a weight lifting program. Keep in mind; if a muscle is over trained and lacks sufficient recovery time, it may actually lose mass.

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