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preparatory arousal


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Mental techniques used to get excited, charged-up, psyched-up, and aroused just prior to performance. There is some evidence that preparatory arousal is beneficial for power events, such as weight lifting, but it is not necessarily very good for the execution of complex motor skills. See also zone of optimal functioning.

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