Perfect is a silly term. In practice, there’s no such thing. But some workout approaches are more optimal based on the individual.
Being intentional means you’re personally satisfied with how you’re spending time because you know it’s in line with your values and goals.
I’ve recently been “back on the boards” and coaching Ninjas in our most recent round of Snatched in Six Weeks.
As spring kicks into high gear and the world comes back online, many people are kicking their activity into high gear.
I’ll tell you what. If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my years in the game it’s that you need to find fitness activities you actually enjoy.
Sleep trackers are worth considering if you struggle with sleep AND if you have the funds to afford them.
Comparison IS the thief of joy. And one of the many places where this is true is in our fitness endeavors.
It was one of the first workout programs I ever did. I worked out a lot. I ate six small meals a day. And each Sunday I had a “cheat day.”
How do I handle a partner, spouse, or significant other that hates fitness and/or doesn’t support my fitness goals?
How do I get (or stay) fit when I TRULY have no time because I’m working 80-hour weeks? …and/or I spend most waking moments keeping my young offspring / chaos agents alive in spite of their relentless commitment to mayhem?