Do you feel like life is just “happening” to you, without rhyme or reason, direction, or meaning? You just need a game worth playing. This game.
I’ve asked a lot of successful people how they did it.
The middling ones regaled me with stories about their brilliant strategic moves, uncanny intuitions, and superhuman endurance.
The great ones had a much simpler and deeper explanation.
It wasn’t just “hard work” or “getting lucky,” either.
Instead, they said there was one primary factor that made all the difference in their journeys…
Fitness is one of those special things in life that you can’t buy, steal, or fake. There aren’t any rewards for complaining or failing, and it doesn’t care about your opinions or feelings.
The next time someone tells you it’s “okay to fail,” you should tell them to shut the hell up. Failure is to be avoided at all costs. Here’s why.
“We find not much in ourselves to admire, we are always privately wanting to be like somebody else. If everybody was satisfied with himself, there would be no heroes.” ― Mark Twain It is the age of superheroes and any trip to the movie theater or toy store will prove it. Men, women and children […]
I’m not an unreasonable person but I simply refuse to exercise under sub-optimal conditions. Here is my short list of needs that must be accommodated before I can train.