goals

Make small changes that over time will add up to something big.
Look at Monday as the day when you hit the ground running toward your fitness, finance, and health goals.
We don’t know the number of our days, so it is imperative that we live them to the greatest extent we can, and that includes attention to our vitality.
An undue focus on your short-term fears will guarantee you a lifetime of pain, mediocrity, and suffering.
I believe that fitness is the ability to say yes to the things that animate your spirit.
It's easy to forget that so many of the bodies we idolize in the magazines got there by less-than-honest means.
People get so focused on a result that they fail to realize that success is built through subtle thoughts and habits exercised daily.
If you can't keep doing what you're doing, you'll never get where you're trying to go.
Leave the crazy dedication for home and enjoy who you’re with.
Better to shoot at a close target and hit it, than agonize over a far one and never get started.
Doubt and distraction conspire to sabotage your progress toward the life you want. Don't play their game.
Remove yourself from the tyranny of goal-driven training, and get some real perspective.
The introduction of a hybrid form of programming can elevate other areas of our physical abilities.
Getting bogged down in unnecessary sophistication will always play second fiddle to mastering the things that count.
Focus on the process, not the goal.
Successful leaders aren't afraid to dream big or plan for the long term.
We're human and not infallible. We all screw up from time to time. Here is a short list of what I believe are the common training transgressions.