Charles Staley

Charles Staley

 

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Smart athletes think not only in terms of effectiveness, but also in terms of efficiency.
If you only know one way to do things, what happens when that way doesn't work?
These behaviors are non-negotiable. If you're missing one, you're falling short of your potential.
When it comes to training, uniqueness and effectiveness don't often overlap.
We tend to assume the experts we follow do everything right. That may be the case for some, but it certainly wasn’t true for me.
Small, thoughtful changes to your methods can add up to big progress down the road.
In your search for the best methods and techniques, don't forget the most important element.
Adding the right exercises to your routine will help you fix the holes in your game.
In the struggle between doing what's fun versus what we need, the answer may be the proverbial spoonful of sugar.
Whenever your training feels a bit wayward, these resets in your mindset will enable you to make more effective training decisions.
If you always do everything, you will often hit plateaus. The trick is to regulate your variation with phases.
The key to perpetual muscular adaptation and growth is the introduction of unfamiliar stimuli.