mindset

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.
If you want to be healthy, you must first learn to be tough.
Many competitors compete to be judged—I want to be freed.
As elusive as the flow state might seem, there are defined avenues to help you get there.
The hardest part about any combat sport is that it will hurt a bit no matter what you do, but knowledge will make things a bit better.
Be smarter this winter about how you approach increasing your strength.
Take the time to enjoy your training, find balance, and set new goals because, in the long run, it will set you up for a lifetime of training that isn’t dictated by any season.
Embrace your discomfort, because on the other side of it is transformation.
Let’s break free of our self-imposed domestication, and embrace exercise as a means to enhance our humanness.
The difference between who you are and who you want to be is the action you take every day to become the latter.
Beware the people or environments that are obstacles to your progress.
Attack the mind and the body will follow.
Ditch the self-limiting thoughts that have been holding you back and flip your thinking to a growth mindset.
How do you run two thousand miles in a hundred days? By running each of them one at a time.
How much time do you spend tweaking your workout playlist, versus actually working out?
For online programming to be successful it requires doing the work and not second-guessing the program.
With the right music playing, your in-ear headphones can help you dig deeper and do one more rep than you did last time.