goals

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.
If your progress has come off the rails, chances are your mistake is in your head, not in the gym.
You have two choices: Find comfort in excuses or attack training obstacles head on.
The science is clear on the requirements for physical improvement, so why do so many people fail to do it?
Imagine where you could be if eliminated one excuse per week for one year straight.
Are you doing things just to do them, or are they getting you closer to where you want to be?
What separates elite athletes from the rest is their investment and belief in their own success.
If the fire is gone from your training, make these changes to get it back.
With a little planning and effort, you can stay on track while on vacation.
Tidying up your health and wellness mindset can transform your training from a chore to a joy.