motivation

Take some time to step back and evaluate the ""whys"" of your own routine.
Words are the fuel behind the the endless reps, miles, and sweat. The right word has the power to transform.
Welcome to the Rocky Balboa School of Motivation! Here are powerful lessons drawn from the life of Rocky, the ultimate underdog.
Don’t hide on the phone, Facebook, or the computer. Examine your emotions and when you shut them down.
Your black belt does not turn you into a Zen-spouting superhero, but the process is transformative and rewarding.
Oh the heartache when a single-rep makes the difference in winning and losing. In truth, the story is much larger.
You may get inspired by some of the contestants. But know they are doing metabolic damage to their bodies.
When you experience negative moments in your chosen competition or adventure, I recommend you take these two actions.
Even runners who listened to slow music experienced faster times and easier recovery after a 5K trial.
Research indicates having too much choice has negative consequences that may interfere with your training.
Trying to fix your motivation by attempting to go even harder is a long-term recipe for injury or burnout. So what's the answer?
Tapping is at the heart of EFT and is best used to target the mental and emotional issues surrounding an injury.
Actively limit the amount of jive turkeys that you allow into your process of self-improvement. Change starts with you.
These techniques can provide an effective way for people to make big life changes and can be used by coaches and athletes alike.
I call this technique the PR Amplifier because I found that by doing it every time I trained I more easily hit personal records.
It's refreshing not just to see the glamor, but also the grit and the grief that inevitably comes along the way.
When was the last time you ran without any pace or time goals? Ditch the Garmin and focus on enjoying your runs.