Certain Physical Poses Increase Testosterone And Confidence

Certain Physical Poses Increase Testosterone And Confidence

Expansive body movements can literally create an extra surge of power in you, says a new study.

Naresh Kumar
  • 1 october 2010

Feeling tense just before a job interview? Simply hold your body in a “high-power” pose for a few minutes to create a sense of power and dominance in you. You may have read about such ‘self-affirmations and gestures’ in a self-help book, but recent research by Harvard professor Amy J.C. Cuddy supports this theory.

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