goal setting

Your training is only a small part of your overall fitness and health program.
Set your mind right and the body will follow.
You have to take control of your fears.
By teaming up with others we can achieve our potential, learn from one another, and build upon the skills we share.
The most important thing to recognize is that you must never go back to that old version of yourself—be your own hero instead.
Maximizing our potential requires that we break free of our need for constant comfort.
Improvement only comes from letting go of focus on outcomes and learning to experience the sense of flow that drives quality.
A large percentage of the population sabotage themselves for fear of success, the fear of being good and some have just lost motivation.
We must not allow our hunt for aesthetic perfection drive us away from what is healthy, to the desolate wastelands of the unwell.
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.
Sustainable health and fitness follows one thing: a commitment to continual growth as the prime directive for your life.
Without self-reflection and understanding of our intentions, we are often pulled to outcomes that don’t serve us
It's true, where does the day go? Well, you start with 24 hours, and you're down to 16 or 18 immediately because you have to sleep. When do you get to workout?
We fall victim to procrastination, multitasking, feeling victimized when we can change the way we do things if we just stay focused.
Drop the fantasy, and develop a mindset cooperates with reality and the basic truths that allow you to move toward mastery and achievement of your goals.
It's far too easy for bad habits to creep in without a plan to keep them extinct.
The reason you’re lifting the same amount of weight after all this time is because you’ve never lifted more. Wait, what?