Maybe this year it is time for a different approach if you have been unsuccessful in the past.
Dilute the power of weighing yourself regularly on scales with a variety of other forms of success that can also be easily tracked.
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.
Arm yourself with a new perspective and start progressing toward a better, stronger physique.
Time and age grant a more objective perspective on how you trained when you were young.
Being healthy is not the same as looking good or being happy with the way you look.
Remove yourself from the tyranny of goal-driven training, and get some real perspective.
Expect to shift your perspective and don’t expect an easy read, expect an engrossing one.
Face the music and do what you need to do without the cute little tricks.
Your “reality” is one that you have created.
Change your perspective to change your life.
Fitness is in the eye of the beholder.
Lifting, carrying, and maneuvering odd objects is a great opportunity for practical movement training.
I enjoy reading articles by the Breaking Muscle coaches about their perspective on the Games. From them, three common themes emerge.
I f*ck up. And sometimes when I f*ck up I am unable to maintain perspective. I denigrate myself and grow my mistakes in my mind to be so big that they displace all the good things I am and have done.