Archive | October, 2011

Mmm.. brain food, anyone?

Go Heavy in Muscles and Memory

Last Saturday, I attended the 4th BodyBuilding and Fitness Seminar in University of the Philippines Diliman organized by the Philippine BodyBuilders Association of the Philippines (PBBA). Four-peat Mr. Universe Ramon Cortuna shared a strategic exercise program for basic bodybuilding, Registered Nutritionist and Dietician Janeth Aro talked on Nutrition and Athletic Performance, and 4Fitness Institute’s Director […]

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MindGym Philippines LET Reviewer Book 1 — Warm-Ups

MindGym LET Review Book 1 in the Pipeline!

Yes! to reach out to the many LET takers in the provinces who can not travel to attend our Intensive Coaching for LET but would like to be part of the MindGym family and benefit from the support and care of its LET coaches and reviewers! We will soon be releasing our very first LET […]

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Real Steel (2011)

Watch Movies, Increase Memory Power!

In our L.E.T. review sessions on learning theories, I advice teachers to go on a movie date to understand how “classical conditioning works” by making their movie date crave more for them or even fall in love with them a few movies after. But I’m not a love guru so you’ll have to discover your own […]

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March 2012 Licensure Examination for Teachers: PRC Application and MindGym Enrollment Now Open!

An earlier LET for the first batch of test takers in 2012 as posted by the Professional Regulations Commission came as a surprise to us (it’s been moved to March 11, 2012!). Since the time MindGym started coaching in October 2009, the initial LET for a given year was usually scheduled on the first week […]

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Memory Workshop Sampler for 2011

Use it or lose it is a cliche which applies for muscle building as much as memory training.  Students have to use their memory powers to remember information, pass exams, and get good grades.  When students graduate from their educational institutions, they tend to stop using their memory and to exercise their brains, thus leading […]

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First Things First to a Better Memory

by Coach Albert Every memory technique starts with “attention” and “observation”. Surely, you know what these two words mean.  But do you know that these two words are the first two (or the most important) things you need to have a phenomenal memory.  If you focus your attention on things that matter, they will never […]

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