mindfulness

The problem with approaching fitness only as a means to an end is that there is no end, no limits, and no one to say what is right and wrong for you but you.
Work towards a steady flow in every workout and you’ll reach the goals you’re aiming for.
Dr. Wendy Walsh talks about the mental aspects of health and how the ways in which we sabotage our relationships can impact our general well-being.
We all have mountains to move in order to grow and because of that we grind hard in the gym and sometimes treat it as therapy.
Use small chunks of time throughout your day to stay mindful about how you can move.
Imagine what sort of training, if any, takes place with low self-worth, self-defeating thoughts, and fear? Imagine recovery without either.
Sustainable health and fitness follows one thing: a commitment to continual growth as the prime directive for your life.
When problems arise in your life, sometimes you need action, not just sympathy. And deadlifts.
It doesn’t matter what you’re training toward or the particular sport or art—it may be time to empty your cup.
There was a time, not long ago, when smoking was an ubiquitous social habit. Phone watching isn't as smelly but it seems to be just as unflattering.
Are you stuck on auto-pilot? Sometimes breaking through a plateau is as simple as re-committing to doing it right.
The first positive benefit of pain is that it can enhance pleasure by providing a contrast. Pleasure is pain’s opposing phenomenon.
There is always more to learn about how to get the most from your mind and body.
People get so focused on a result that they fail to realize that success is built through subtle thoughts and habits exercised daily.
Stay awake and pay attention. Become stronger, healthier, and happier by clearing out your nervous system.
There is more to your time on the mat than going through a few stretching poses.
The founder of Chicago Primal Gym chats with Coach Shane Trotter about the methods and mindsets that create a sustainable, healthy life.