Our life is a reflection of our habits. We’re all exposed to the winds of chance and luck. But when we focus on our circle of control, habits play a leading role.
The first woman who stole my heart was Penny from Inspector Gadget. You’re welcome to laugh all you like. But as a five year old, what wasn’t there to love?
If you’re someone that really wants to “get it right,” this can be a hard habit to break. After all, “getting it right” has probably brought you many good things in life. And there’s a time and place for dialing in every single little detail.
You know, turns out you CAN have too much of a good thing… I want to share some insight on an important — and tricky — fitness question: How often and how hard should you be working out?
I think you’ll find this mental trick very valuable. Particularly if you’re struggling to keep up your New Year momentum. And since we all let momentum slide sometimes, it’s a good trick to have in your pocket.
Oh boy, today we’re addressing one of the most common obstacles to New Year’s resolution success. But first… We recently had a Ninja come down kind of hard on us after a first year anniversary.
Ninjas are always teachin’ me stuff. And I recently (re)learned a very important lesson about how to actually achieve success with your fitness goals.
Some people poop all over New Year’s resolutions. Call me your annoying optimist friend, but I actually think there’s value in using the calendar to leverage a psychological kickstart.
2020. It’s over. In ways large and small, we’re ready to move on. But in the meantime, we should acknowledge this year was f*cking tough.
Today we’re gonna cover one of the most frequently asked questions in all of fitness: Do supplements work? And if so, what role should they play in your health and fitness?