emotions

What’s the smallest step you can take to close the gap between where you are today and where you want to be?
It's a long year of dieting, exercising, and displaying discipline; but for what? The first appearance of success on the horizon is a shot in the arm; then it gets tough.
There is nothing like the strong bond between mothers and that can translate into a positive gym environment that lifts everyone.
A study by the University of Jyväskylä suggests that exercise motivation is improved in people who take up resistance training.
The sweet spot of confidence doesn’t stand crystallized in place, forever in our favor or eternally in our detriment. It bobs and weaves like a pugilist and makes curves and wild slides.
You not only want to learn about self-confidence and taking action, you want to be the embodiment of self-confidence and taking action.
When problems arise in your life, sometimes you need action, not just sympathy. And deadlifts.
What you fight to overcome in the gym makes you stronger for everything outside of it.
Behind all the rounds and reps, there are foundational concepts for improved performance that every athlete needs to understand.
Whatever your program looks like, you're never training parts of yourself in isolation.
If you want to see progress, you must move past your sticking points.
A fun, simple, and adaptable program to keep you smiling and moving well for life.
Maximum effort is expensive so, don't waste it on technique drills and accessory movements.
Mental fortitude separates successful athletes from their peers.
You didn't earn a pound of gummy bears just because you worked out this morning.
The answers to most people's fitness questions are simple, but that doesn't mean they're easy.
You can spend your energy chasing prepackaged solutions, or you can dig deeper and address your core issues.