goal setting

Chances are, if your fitness program isn't personalized, you’re going to run into problems either with the lack of results or, worse still, injuries.
You can improve your motivation and the likelihood of exercising consistently just by changing your mindset and taking ownership of your exercise experience.
Let my pain be your gain as I’ve put together a few common mistakes trainers make at the beginning of their career.
Here are three steps you may not have considered to change your clients' mindset and get them out of pain long-term.
Some of you may think you will never be strong enough to do pull ups, but you are.
While injury and pain can appear to keep us from our goals, when it comes to movement, there are always options.
Motivational goals have a goldilocks quality, whereby the targets that we aim for cannot be too easy, too hard, or take too long to achieve. The coach needs to get it just right.
The trick is to find that sweet spot, especially for the more finely tuned elite sportspersons.
The future of training and coaching came quicker than we anticipated but we knew it was coming.
There's no real universal prescription for something as subjective as "success" or worse, "fitness."
The end of year is the time businesses get their plans in order for the following year. You should do the same for yourself.
Your training is only a small part of your overall fitness and health program.
Set your mind right and the body will follow.
You have to take control of your fears.
By teaming up with others we can achieve our potential, learn from one another, and build upon the skills we share.
The most important thing to recognize is that you must never go back to that old version of yourself—be your own hero instead.
Maximizing our potential requires that we break free of our need for constant comfort.