habits

Conventional wisdom tells us we shouldn't work out every day, especially early on, but the opposite is actually true.
This challenge will offer a clear daily adversity that stokes your capacity to act while introducing you to a variety of training methods.
The only avenue for change is a willingness to stand against the insanity that currently entrenches most in lifelong nutrition-related strife.
The most sustainable, sensible, and successful lifestyle habits aren’t always sexy, but they work.
Few influences have been as broadly destructive as unchecked smartphone culture and junk food eating habits.
For consistent positive actions, we must consider how our environment may knowingly or unknowingly manipulate a default choice.
If you had to choose one thing you could do to enhance your work, relationships, attitude, confidence, and health, it would be exercise.
Too many limit themselves by a self-fulfilling prophecy about the limits of their own willpower.
What could be more important than mastering yourself so that you can become the person you want to be?
If you want to look like a jacked, powerful, and fit person, prepare to put in the years.
If you can’t abide at the gym by participating with genuine heartfelt presence the way you would at church, then you should find someplace else to go.
This holiday season commit to being more, rather than having more.
The people who wake up and workout will almost always be more energized and happy than those who wake to Facebook and Cinnamon Toast Crunch.
Get yourself a promising amateur or an established professional to help you understand your body and how it best responds to exercise.
Good training is simply the execution of movement patterns at intentional tempos and a strong grasp on when to progress and regress intensity.
We don't need football players doing public service announcements, pleading with kids to play for an hour a day.
Embrace the awkwardness of your non-dominant side to slow down and find new appreciation in daily living.