Don't let the 5 o'clock crowd stand between you and your goals.
There's no reason to beat yourself up if you're consistently doing most things right. Take this quiz.
Your true character is revealed in times of high stress.
The point of your training should be to enable you to improve the world around you.
One day, whether by happenchance or some fluke of life, your training comes to a screeching halt. What now?
Time and age grant a more objective perspective on how you trained when you were young.
Despite being widely touted and sought after, this peak state of performance can seem undefined or inaccessible to many.
When everything is easy, having problems becomes a problem.
Talent without long and focused work will yield exactly the same result as no talent at all.
Inspired human development is sustained by the intentional creation and nurturing of actionable values.
A lot has changed about training in the last three decades, but these concepts haven't.
Life is going to happen, but you can't use it as an excuse to only train once per week.
If perception is reality, we would all do well to intentionally sculpt our perception for success.
Do you know how to train hard, but also when to back off, listen to your coach, take care of your body, and take rest days in order to get stronger?
For all the money you spend on your fitness life to be worth it, you first must program your mind.
A deeper understanding of human needs and motivation will allow you to zero in on the practices that will bring success.
If you have to force yourself to decide everything about your health and fitness, you're going to run out of steam.