Breaking Muscle Shop

Sports Psychology

Maybe we should spend less time studying how other people use social media and turn our lens inward.
The power of your goals should never be diminished by other people's standards.
If the fire is gone from your training, make these changes to get it back.
All the motivation you had at the beginning is still there. You just need to tap back into it.
Doing something out of obligation or out of a hunger to succeed are two different things.
Defining your purpose will make most of your choices for you.
Change your perspective to change your life.
Adjusting your mindset could be all that stands between success and failure in your sport.
How do you keep your brain out of the way of your lifts?
Tidying up your health and wellness mindset can transform your training from a chore to a joy.
Find what centers you, shed your stressors, and your training plateau will disappear.
Don't shy away from publicizing your hard work in fear of making other people uncomfortable.
Social media platforms may not be helping break the cycle of eating disorders and compulsive exercise.
Just because an exercise or protocol isn't for you, doesn't give you license to berate everyone who does it.
What you learn in the weight room applies everywhere else.
Life is too short for fitness to be so serious.
Hard work is not enough. Identify your inspiration to achieve the lifting goals of a lifetime.
You don't owe anyone an explanation about your lifestyle. Do what's right for you.