I heard from my doctor the other day that there was a study done on a very very unique kind of training. The study involved a group of people that worked out in the gym, similar to you and I. The other group took 45 minutes out of every day to "imagine" that they were working out. They were told to "think" the entire workout through, including every rep, imagining it in as much detail as possible. Both groups had worked out before, and knew what to do. The shocking thing was that both groups gained a similar amount of strength during the study! They concluded that the "thought" of utilizing muscle tissue was able to stimulate some of the nerves resposible for muscle contraction. Does anyone know more about this study, and whether or not it is legitamate?