mindset

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?
We must work to get back to an even better place than where they were pre-injury—both mentally and physically.
A more methodical approach to our training will give us a chance to process what’s going on and get more out of every rep.
Behind all the rounds and reps, there are foundational concepts for improved performance that every athlete needs to understand.
Whatever your program looks like, you're never training parts of yourself in isolation.
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.
You will stumble from time to time, but you can become prepared, resilient, and ready to conquer whatever you have in front of you.
Nothing will scuttle your return faster than impatience and getting hurt again.
Maximum effort is expensive so, don't waste it on technique drills and accessory movements.
Clearing my mind and clarity of focus led to new heights in my performances.
To get the most from the body, you must first convince the mind that it is safe.
Your fitness journey should feel like a break from normality, not an extension of it
Having the drive to improve yourself is a start, but what’s the point if you’ve got nowhere to direct your energy?
Mental fortitude separates successful athletes from their peers.
You didn't earn a pound of gummy bears just because you worked out this morning.
The practices that will maintain your health and performance for the rest of your life must become habits and lifestyle, not just training plans and processes.
Coming to the gym shouldn’t feel like a chore or punishment, but understand that progression takes many forms.