"Urge To Exercise!" CD

Hypnosis Program Review by Martha Moore

For the last several years, I've purchased every new piece of exercise equipment that came down the pike. Now I have enough equipment to furnish about two large gymnasiums. The problem is I just don't have the motivation to exercise, so I don't make the time for it. I knew that the benefits would be great, but making it a priority was hard for me, so I just don't do it. Lack of exercise motivation was the only thing standing between a fit, toned body and me.

Given my poor track record with exercise, I was very excited when my boss recently asked me to review the exercise motivation hypnosis Program called "Urge To Exercise!" published by Neuro-VISION, Inc.. Initially I was quite skeptical, but Alan B. Densky, CH, the Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) expert who has many years of experience as a hypnotherapist, authored the program. He uses NLP and hypnosis motivation techniques that are supposed to give you a powerful urge to exercise. 

I wasn't sure what to expect with each session, or what was involved, but I was very pleasantly surprised. When I listened to the CD, I was instructed to either sit down in a comfortable recliner, or to lie on my bed. The sessions really brought a feeling of comfort and peace to my otherwise stressed out personality.

These are not sessions of someone with a shiny swinging object trying to hypnotize you. These sessions employ powerful NLP techniques that will impact your exercise motivation and start you in the right direction. The thought patterns that you learn at the unconscious level of mind will give you the urge to exercise, as well as a strong desire to exercise consistently. Maybe you need a little push to get going on your exercise routine; and this is just the program to help you increase your exercise motivation.

I've received incredible benefits from this program; I noticed immediate improvement in my level of motivation to exercise, as well as my urge to exercise consistently. All of the other priorities that I had previously put before exercise just do not seem to matter as much; my exercise motivation is now number one.

I feel better and look better and now I look forward to working out. My exercise motivation is very high, and I want to keep working out because it makes me feel good about myself. Thanks to my new level of physical activity, my metabolic rate has increased. I've been able to lose weight, and I feel great. I look forward to shopping for clothes, or going to the beach to show off the results of my work! I truly have an "Urge To Exercise!" and I give a thumbs up to this program.