goal setting

Forget about weighing yourself down with "what if" and "I can't" - just make a plan and take action toward what you want.
Training can help us discover our inner strengths, cope with adversity, and use these strengths for greater purpose.
This article takes five typical strength training goals and explains how to create focused resolutions you won’t quit on.
Learning and following a proven system is the true key to success.
Whatever your experience level, getting in shape remains the same - you need the basics.
A recent study investigated how forming habits successfully is related to setting goals.
Here’s how not to get sidetracked during the holidays and stick to your diet and exercise plan.
It's the CrossFit New Year. Here's how to stop dreaming about being better and start doing it every day.
When I entered the competitive world, I really had no idea. After three years, I’m sharing what I’ve learned.
Human behavior is a funny thing. So often our goals are detached from reality. How do we align the two?
What is motivation? And I don’t just mean the basic definition, but the science of how motivation works. What motivates you versus me?
Creating a vision using proven techniques, rather than trudging along like Conan on the mill wheel, can help you achieve a new level of determination in regards to eating.
How are you doing with your New Year's resolution? For those of us who have broken down, here's a chance to reconsider your approach and make a new plan for success.
The tricky part of training is when people try to ride two horses with one ass. You can't specialize in more than one thing. Know yourself and what you want well enough and you'll know how to train.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the seven most popular articles of the week. This week: honoring an injured athlete, how using bands is holding you back, and more!
I always tell my students, “You will always revert to the most basic when put under pressure.” But if your basic foundation is strong as hell, then no matter comes at you, you’ll keep kicking ass.
It's popular to push the setting of goals, but what if setting goals could actually be a negative thing? And is it something that successful people actually even do? Evidence shows otherwise.