What’s up everybody?
This post will kick off a new segment of my blog: at the end of every month I will send out links to all the interesting podcasts, books, documentaries, articles, music, movies, and performances that I checked out throughout the previous 4 weeks and that inspired me in some way, shape or form.
I’ve been doing this for my clients via email the last few months, and I thought that it would be cool to share this stuff with all of you as well.
One of the characteristics that I feel distinguishes me from others in the health and fitness industry is that I have a very broad definition of “wellness.”
Continue reading “Mental Muscle: September 2017”
“The greater danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short; but in setting our aim too low, and achieving our mark.” ~ Michelangelo
Let that sink in.
Now, read it again.
Continue reading “Lose Your Religion”
This past week, I read a book called “Training Camp: What The Best Do Better Than Everyone Else,” by Jon Gordon.
Based on his work with professional sports teams, world class organizations, and interviews with top professionals in a wide variety of fields, he narrowed their success in life to 10 specific traits that they all shared in common.
While I encourage you all to read the book, I decided that I would share these traits with you, here—but, that I would apply them to training instead.
After all, we should all strive for greatness in everything we do.
Training is no exception.
Continue reading “What The Best Do Better Than Everyone Else”