mental training

Comfort and convenience has made it more difficult than ever to be mentally and physically healthy.
The trick is to find that sweet spot, especially for the more finely tuned elite sportspersons.
Lifestyle change often fails because we try to do too much and we train too little.
To understand why health and fitness changes don’t last, you have to start with people’s real values.
This 30x30 challenge synchronizes training to spur big results.
Training comes down to stress management. The more you can apply, and the more you can handle, the better your results will be, and the faster they’ll come.
Willpower is an unbelievably powerful quality that can and should be trained through regular gut-checks.
This challenge will offer a clear daily adversity that stokes your capacity to act while introducing you to a variety of training methods.
A recent study showed how overweight people lost an average of five times more weight using Functional Imagery Training (FIT) compared with other therapies.
Embrace the awkwardness of your non-dominant side to slow down and find new appreciation in daily living.
We fall victim to procrastination, multitasking, feeling victimized when we can change the way we do things if we just stay focused.
Whatever your program looks like, you're never training parts of yourself in isolation.
Peak performance relies on the laws of the mind. You can no more achieve peak performance with a weak mind than you could with a weak body.
The lessons we learn in training and sport should be a formal part of youth development and education.
We get so busy that we forget to focus on our mental health.
A strong mind can make all of the difference between athletic success and failure.
The mind-body connection is critical for athletic development. How does the coach influence this heightened connection?