Mindset is the Foundation of SuccessThe following concepts regarding mindset, once internalized, will allow you to take full control of your training. You’ll avoid regressing to bad habits, being inconsistent, and letting your emotions dictate the quality of your training. Even if you feel like you are on top of your mental game, we all
Every year, I like to think back to the various tips I learned over the previous twelve months that had a positive impact on my health, training methods, mindset, and anything else that has improved my quality of life. In no particular order, here’s what I got for 2017:Using a yoga hammock (aka yoga swing) has
Search trends for the term “diet” over the last 5 years Browsing through Google trends yesterday, it was interesting being able to visualize the search trends of the word “diet” over the years. Of course there’s always a big surge on January 1st coming from all the people starting on their New Year’s resolution diets.
At the end of every year, I like to think back to the strategies, skills, and habits I learned that have benefited my life and improved my effectiveness as a trainer. In no particular order, here are 10 of the most useful bits of knowledge gained in 2015: 1. Doing more upper body pressing movements with
At the end of the year, I like to review and share what I have learned and how my beliefs have changed or been reinforced in the areas of physical training, nutrition, and performance. In no particular order here are my top 20 insights for 2014: Optimal range of motion should take priority over strength
One of the most important factors in recovering well from workouts is managing stress levels. Most people encounter stressful situations on a daily basis that pose a challenge both mentally and physically. Avoiding stress all together is not a realistic strategy for most of us, so it is important to have strategies that help you