goals

Visualization can help you achieve strength, flexibility, reduced time, or a large feat like completing a marathon.
For the young athlete between the ages of seven to twelve, coordination training should be the main ingredient in his or her development
Of all the lessons I’ve learned, there is one that stands far above the rest as the most important: If you don’t aim big, you may as well not bother.
You have a relationship with your health and fitness. But have you been throwing up red flags and deal breakers when it comes to your success? Here are ten you might be guilty of.
Are you tending to what gets you from point A to point B or are you unsure if your training components are working? Here are two mistakes you might be making.
What if you have to train many skills at once, like a CrossFit competitor? What if you’re only interested in GPP, but you’d still like to lift heavier or get faster?
In 1988 Carl Lewis lost his focus and lost his shot at a gold medal. Why? Because he let Ben Johnson get in his head. If it can happen to someone like Carl Lewis, it can happen to any of us.
Traver is a strength and conditioning coach, a performance nutrition specialist, and a licensed acupuncturist. Here are ten of Traver's articles on all of the above, and more.
It's popular to push the setting of goals, but what if setting goals could actually be a negative thing? And is it something that successful people actually even do? Evidence shows otherwise.
A study concluded those who were slightly overweight actually lived longer than those who were of normal weight. How can this be and what does it have to do with our goals?
Setting suitable, effective, and challenging goals is not easy, but is definitely worth doing properly from the start. Here are twelve pieces of advice on how to set great goals.
I know lululemon has received some bad press lately, but I attribute much of my success in my career to their support and goal-setting techniques.
We go out from the old in celebration and into the new year contemplating what we want to do and who we want to be. Make a vision board (or as I like to call it, a “make sh#t happen” board).
As we approach the end of another year, the thought of New Year's resolutions are on most people's minds. Here are ten articles to help you approach this year's resolutions in a better way.
Having spent a plethora of hours coaching people in both nutrition and movement, there are some key factors that are extremely consistent among almost all clients who actually meet their goals.
New Year is a good time to reflect upon things past and make plans for the future. As Mark Twain said, “Plan for the future because that's where you are going to spend the rest of your life.”
We're human and not infallible. We all screw up from time to time. Here is a short list of what I believe are the common training transgressions.