motivation

Before you ask your coach for advice, make sure you are truly willing to change your behavior.
"Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life.”
CrossFit workouts build mental toughness. The more we push, more toughness we can build. But what is the cost?
Training is both a science and an art, especially when it comes to creating programming. There are rules, and there's also your mindset.
Human behavior is a funny thing. So often our goals are detached from reality. How do we align the two?
This week's collection addresses topics relevant not just for athletes, but for all of us who live in a world with both failure and success.
What is motivation? And I don’t just mean the basic definition, but the science of how motivation works. What motivates you versus me?
Researchers found when people had a choice to quit they actually become more persistent and accomplished more.
Moving well enables you to embrace, conquer, and overcome life. It allows you to be capable. You were made to move.
When you identify the things that drive your behavior, you can find the aspects that hold you back.
Have you ever woken up knowing that you need to get up, get going, and get training, but all you really want to do is stay in bed? Then treat this video as your wake-up call.
As fitness professionals, we work with clients on a daily basis, and we are the first line of defense against perpetuating unrealistic expectations for our female clients.
Aside from physiological markers, coaches might want to take their clients' preferences and tolerance of exercise into mind when designing exercise programs.
What you believe and who you listen to will dictate your results in jiu jitsu and in life. I hope these words of champions will help you to push through tough times and fulfill your own dreams.
When we are trying to get in as many reps as possible or get the lowest time, we may lose sight of our goals of getting fit, looking better, and continuing a healthy lifestyle.
A study concluded those who were slightly overweight actually lived longer than those who were of normal weight. How can this be and what does it have to do with our goals?
Everyone has a different opinion in the fitness arena. But remember your comments may be representing more than just yourself.