How cognitive biases can influence your training strategy

They say that perception is reality. If we see the world in a certain way, this is how the world will be for us. Perceptions influence how we remember things, how we select information, and how we understand and interpret reality.

To a certain extent, we all live in different worlds designed by the master architects: our brains. There are even philosophers who say that objective reality doesn’t exist. We wouldn’t go that far, not even for the sake of interesting arguments, but there is some truth to this idea

And perhaps the theory of cognitive biases explains best why reality is perceived differently by different brains.

How cognitive biases can influence your training strategy

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