self confidence

The sweet spot of confidence doesn’t stand crystallized in place, forever in our favor or eternally in our detriment. It bobs and weaves like a pugilist and makes curves and wild slides.
Tie yourself to the mast against the sirens' call and create a situation that guarantees you do the work that your rational mind wants you to do.
You not only want to learn about self-confidence and taking action, you want to be the embodiment of self-confidence and taking action.
Peak performance relies on the laws of the mind. You can no more achieve peak performance with a weak mind than you could with a weak body.
Your brain's number one priority is self-preservation. If it doesn’t function your body dies. So above all else, it prioritizes it's own protection.
Instead of working on your flat summer stomach, genuinely learn to love your body—from the inside out.
The words you use can predict the outcome of anything you're trying to do.
When you share your knowledge, you get more than you give.
Don't shy away from publicizing your hard work in fear of making other people uncomfortable.
A strong mind can make all of the difference between athletic success and failure.
When someone says, “I can’t,” I know where we stand. But I would permanently strike these three words from my clients’ vocabulary if I could.
I’m pretty sure what is really ideal has little to do with a big butt or ripped abs.
Nothing worth having comes easy. To enjoy the benefits of lifting, you need to put in the work first.
Through these practice I no longer stress about being perfect. Instead, I love my body for simply existing.
Our role as parents and coaches is to develop the athlete’s self-esteem not only as an athlete, but as a whole person.
Learn this little-known technique to overcome your psychological barriers to better physical performance in the gym.
It can be hard to accept you’re doing the right things, if the scale isn’t backing you up. Here’s a list of signs that you're on the right track, even if the scale isn’t budging.