growth mindset

When you remove the excess you often find what is real.
Work towards a steady flow in every workout and you’ll reach the goals you’re aiming for.
In the grand scheme of things consistency always wins over perfection.
This holiday season commit to being more, rather than having more.
Trainers should practice empathy, learn about what the client's dreams and goals are, dig deeper, and find their real why.
The French Renaissance and why we should place greater emphasis on appreciating and developing the gifts of physical expression.
The people who wake up and workout will almost always be more energized and happy than those who wake to Facebook and Cinnamon Toast Crunch.
Make your daily workout more enjoyable by training at the right place, with the right people, and with the right music.
Consider making your goals process-based as opposed to results-based.
It is the people and situations we tend to avoid that can teach us the most and promote our own growth.
An epic foe stands in the way of your goals and the only way to overcome it is to marshall a greater steward of temperance and to face it head on.
Sustainable health and fitness follows one thing: a commitment to continual growth as the prime directive for your life.
Quality of movement or PRs and rep numbers? At the end of the day, your approach needs to be far more about enjoying your fitness than appeasing someone else’s notion of toughness or fragility.
When these strategies are applied to your daily grind they can make all the difference in your overall confidence and your long-term success.
Train your mind, your muscles, your anxieties, your insecurities, your thoughts, and your beliefs to accept and grow from failure.
Without self-reflection and understanding of our intentions, we are often pulled to outcomes that don’t serve us