goals

The science is clear on the requirements for physical improvement, so why do so many people fail to do it?
Expediency is never the correct answer when it comes to your health and fitness.
How many times have you found yourself going through the motions during your workouts, not truly working at the edge of your comfort zone, either mentally or physically?
It's far too easy for bad habits to creep in without a plan to keep them extinct.
If you continue down a road or toward some objective because you think you should, it’s time for a serious, introspective chat with yourself.
The more volume you do, the more you grow, but don't outgrow your capacity to recover.
Your fitness journey should feel like a break from normality, not an extension of it
Mental fortitude separates successful athletes from their peers.
Coming to the gym shouldn’t feel like a chore or punishment, but understand that progression takes many forms.
Practicing grit, composure, and resourcefulness gives us the ingredients for success in any aspiration we hold.
We do not think, dream, or plan in numbers.
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.