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Tag: Psychology

Hear It, See It, Achieve It

When it comes to achieving a goal and getting the job done, I’ve come across a lot of driven and focused women. If you put your mind to it ladies that goal you’ve been working on for so long is achievable. I know that women love quotes and that a good one can keep you… Read More ›

The Bumpy Road

“It is not in the still calm of life, or the repose of a pacific station,that great characters are formed. The habits of a vigorous mind are formed in contending with difficulties.” – Abigail Adams The road less traveled is not as smooth as the route we regularly take. It is a bumpy challenging road. Habits work in a… Read More ›

COBRAs and Ladders

I was browsing for some inspiration from the bar, as you do, and came across some guys drinking and serving it up called the Barstarzz. These guys teach that you don’t need a gym or fancy equipment to get in shape. They defy gravity with their unique and innovative movements on and off the bar…. Read More ›

Mind Gym: Attitude Counts

It’s back to the Mind Gym today. Attitude counts when it comes to training, overcoming obstacles and eliminating excuses. A lot of the time a simple change of perspective is all it takes to take yourself to the next level. However doubt in ones self and ones abilities is the major drawback for many athletes…. Read More ›

No Excuses

  As a trainer one thing I cannot stand or tolerate from my clients is excuses. On the road to achieving any goal, excuses are extremely counter-productive. Someone has said “Excuses are the nails used to build a house of failure.” We are our own greatest enemy, the enemy is the ‘inner-me’. That voice we… Read More ›

Mind Gym: The Zone

In an as much as we train our bodies, it is equally important that we train our minds. From the mind springs our determination and our will to succeed, if we falter here, the distance between us and our goals will grow further. Sports psychologists conduct hours of research, to help athletes understand how to… Read More ›