Dominic Sessa
3 min readApr 23, 2021


#RewireYourBody #Neuroplasticity #KinestheticPlasticity #ReconditionYourBrain

People forget the body can adapt. It’s neuroplasticity applied to the body- you can change how your body moves and feels.


Let’s start with this psychological concept- reframing. You can take some events and reframe your feelings about them. You put the feeling or facts under a different microscope, and it changes how you interpret the events.

At the core of reframing, you have a physiological response to the words and your interpretation (ex. calming, energizing, distressing, frustrating). After the reframing process, you have a different physiological response to the interpretation of the event (ex. distressing, soothing, calming, gratitude).

Essentially, your feelings about the same event changed. Now, let’s look at the body — —


When you change the references you use for a movement, you change how your body experiences that movement.

If you have ever cringed after seeing someone do an exercise- like a squat, lunge, sit up, or pull up- if you asked them to exhale differently, to change the pressure in their feet, or had them grip the bar for a bench press differently, you would be changing the references they’re using for the movement.



Dominic Sessa

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