goal-setting

And then what? This question is about what happens after we’ve reached the goal. It's a question about the long term, who we are, and what we’re seeking at a deeper level.
Success in the gym is a little like grade school, we have to take it one level at a time or be overwhelmed by the enormity of our goal. Plus, we have to really, really want it.
Researchers questioned over 100 experienced strength and conditioning coaches to find out what mental strategies they employed with their athletes. Are you using these techniques?
If you want to achieve your fitness goals, then you need to take ownership of your training. Take the initiative instead of asking your coach the same questions day in and day out.
Sometimes doing something for enjoyment and doing something in pursuit of a goal can seem at odds with each other. But I think it's possible to meld the two into a beautiful practice for improvement.
The parable of the Maharaja and the elephant is just like how we should approach training our clients. Getting the entire picture first, before we decide a plan of action. See the whole elephant.
One of the differences between aesthetic training and athletic training is how we set our goals. Let's look at an effective way to map out and achieve our fitness goals.
The word 'results' gets thrown around a lot in the fitness industry. But what are results, really? Results are things that solve problems and change lives. Results are thing that take real, hard work.
How are the New Year resolutions going? Did you pick something too big or maybe need some baby-steps to get you to your goals? Here are 4 simple things you can change right now.
Sometimes we don't win, we don't get the prize, we don't achieve our goals. What then? Sometime I pout and sometimes I am better for it. I'll let you guess which is more productive.
Most people I know would like to whittle down body fat so I’ve put together a basic list of fitness items needed so people can hit the ground running (literally) on New Year’s Day.
I’ve found the sweet spot of setting a goal intriguing enough to set me in motion yet obtainable if I roll up my sleeves without it being soul-crushingly hard. Here are my tips for resolution setting.
You might have heard that your goals for 2013 should be realistic and achievable. In my experience, however, setting extreme goals can help you find a healthy medium if you do it the right way.
Don’t let your New Year’s resolutions fall to the wayside. Read on to discover a new book that will help you make lasting change during the most important time of the year.
Whatever your goals are for the new year, there are some simple ways to increase your success. Follow these 4 steps, and let's work together toward our goals. We'll be more successful that way!
Do you have dreams in regards to your athletic goals? Do you have actual intentions behind those dreams? Let's discuss the difference between real intention and things you won't actually ever do.
Is your long-term goal a little scary? Do you feel butterflies when you think about it? Do you have smaller more attainable goals along that journey you can celebrate? Have you felt inspired lately?