The secret to perpetual success is to perpetually take chances on new ideas, even if what you’re doing now is working.
What matters in life is to leave an enduring legacy that improves those who will follow.
When you’re driven by boundless curiosity, the last thing you’re going to do is waste minutes not learning.
To find fulfillment in life, you need to look deeper than mere statistics.
Your relationships matter as much as your workouts for a healthy life.
Don't be afraid to seek and share your mastery with the world. You never know who might be watching.
When everything is easy, having problems becomes a problem.
In an industry obsessed with techniques and science, it's relationships that matter most.
14 years since it was first published, CrossFit's definition of fitness remains the most comprehensive and accurate.
What you learn in the weight room applies everywhere else.
If we want a guidepost for the often turbulent world of sports, we can go to some of the greatest coaches of modern society. Here are five of their lessons.
Don't give the fitness gurus power. Learn the science and develop your own fact-based perspective.
Self esteem, psyching up, and life lessons. These are all ways that fitness interacts with our minds beyond the physical scope of the gym.
Hold onto your hats. This is the year I challenge you to exercise less. I know you think I’m either joking or crazy, but I’m (hopefully) neither. Allow me to explain.
As Buddhist nun Pema Chödrön said, “Only to the extent that we expose ourselves over and over to annihilation can that which is indestructible in us be found.”
A rather philosophical talk with a client got me thinking about the five components of strength training. I had a realization of how to structure and plan training in a simple and well-rounded way.