goal formation

Once you learn to master your mindset you’ll gain the fluidity and inner resources to dominate your goals.
Maybe this year it is time for a different approach if you have been unsuccessful in the past.
If you really want something significant from your own training, be prepared to put in the time and effort to understand the mechanisms behind your methods.
Let's put an end to fat-shaming and our unhealthy obsession with losing weight.
Focusing on the small steps that need to be taken on a consistent basis is the key to success.
What could be more important than mastering yourself so that you can become the person you want to be?
If you can’t abide at the gym by participating with genuine heartfelt presence the way you would at church, then you should find someplace else to go.
A large percentage of the population sabotage themselves for fear of success, the fear of being good and some have just lost motivation.
Consider making your goals process-based as opposed to results-based.
A large majority of us—yes, even your coaches and fitness idols—have to dig up that motivation in any way we can.
When these strategies are applied to your daily grind they can make all the difference in your overall confidence and your long-term success.
Drop the fantasy, and develop a mindset cooperates with reality and the basic truths that allow you to move toward mastery and achievement of your goals.
Instead of working on your flat summer stomach, genuinely learn to love your body—from the inside out.
Novice or world champion, these truths will keep you on the straight and narrow in fitness.
Break down your New Year's goals into manageable and sustainable habits.