mindset

The problem with approaching fitness only as a means to an end is that there is no end, no limits, and no one to say what is right and wrong for you but you.
Be safe, be proactive, and stay active.
Purpose stems from struggle, not from comfort.
Find a coach, step into the weight room, and fuel your body to become an even better athlete than you were before your injury.
We all have mountains to move in order to grow and because of that we grind hard in the gym and sometimes treat it as therapy.
So many of us can relate to the struggles of change, the challenges of being a parent, and learning to balance both your life and your families. Here is one story to inspire.
Use small chunks of time throughout your day to stay mindful about how you can move.
You have those around you who will suck the meaning out of you, pull you away from your goals but you can't let that happen. Not this month.
Sugar, thou art a villain, but is sugar truly the bane of our existence?
What's safe and what's unsafe? An MMA fight in Tijuana or squats and deadlifts? Stigma and myths need to be dispelled.
Competition, especially with oneself, is the epitome of motivation.
While the holidays are an exciting time they can also be very stressful, so this is the time to keep up with as much of a fitness and nutrition routine as possible.
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It's a long year of dieting, exercising, and displaying discipline; but for what? The first appearance of success on the horizon is a shot in the arm; then it gets tough.
A large majority of us—yes, even your coaches and fitness idols—have to dig up that motivation in any way we can.
Whether you work with kids professionally as a teacher or coach or are just a concerned parent, it’s your responsibility to show kids how to incorporate, enjoy, and crave movement.
Train your mind, your muscles, your anxieties, your insecurities, your thoughts, and your beliefs to accept and grow from failure.