‘Embrace The Suck’ Explained – Dr Jo Lukins (Pt 5)

The world’s most successful athletes and people tend to “embrace the suck” when it comes to their performance.

It’s a common phrase used by the military, “Embrace the Suck”.

So, in part 5 of our interview with Dr Jo Lukins we discuss what embrace the suck means and how pushing your boundaries can make you better.

The most successful people manage uncomfortable moments well, whether it be physical discomfort or psychological discomfort.

The embrace the suck term is used in the military but can be applied by individuals, teams, businesses and athletes.

We also discuss pushing past your limiting thoughts and strategies to overcome the brain’s desire to quit when the going gets tough.

0:28 Embrace the Suck
2:14 Mind Quits Before Body
2:49 The Skill of Pushing Through
4:55 Lessons from Elite Sport
5:35 Challenge Yourself to Change

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