motivation

You can make excuse after excuse about why you aren't being active, or you can simply find a way to make it work.
The mark of a good trainer isn't the ability to work with an athlete, but rather with the Average Joe.
Planning, consistency, and remembering to have fun will help you prioritize training and achieve your goals.
The problem with Facebook, and the Internet at large, is that soundbites like memes become widespread and accepted as truth.
A journey to big PRs isn't about the perfect program or expensive equipment - it's about consistency and effort.
Father of three, full-time worker, and CrossFit Games athlete - this guy knows what it takes, so listen up.
Before worrying about a specific diet or finding the perfect workout routine, you need to focus on getting your head in the right place.
Clients seek out hairdressers to “do” their hair. Students seek out knowledge. Are you a client or a student?
Strength training veteran Charles Staley is here to answer our readers' questions about life and lifting.
Many people will compete in the CrossFit Open, but only a few make it to the Games. So, ask yourself - is your head in line with your goals?
We preach about focus and determination during training, but sometimes letting your mind wander can bring the best results.
Forget about weighing yourself down with "what if" and "I can't" - just make a plan and take action toward what you want.
Lee's philosophies can teach us how to be better students both in and out of the weight room.
At any age, proper perspective and solid planning are the keys to achieving your athletic goals.
Three things to keep and three to leave behind as we move on to a new year.
Steve McKinney shares the training benefits of using safe lifts and intensity to build size and strength.
Step back and evaluate whether or not you have a healthy relationship with exercise.