Yesterday I asked you to classify your goals into two buckets: finite ones and infinite ones. The intention of this simple exercise was to determine which games you are playing. I then cited Simon Sinek’s five principles required in order to adopt an infinite mindset.
Who’s the greatest of all time: Michael Jordan or LeBron James? For those that believe MJ is the greatest, their arguments will include 6 NBA championships, multiple Defensive Player of the Year awards, and scoring titles. For those that believe LeBron is the greatest, they’ll
This week I’ve been addressing health’s hierarchy of development. Yesterday I talked about how to develop body weight flexibility and strength. Today I want to address the fourth level: “Strength and resistance training.” Strength and resistance training has four disciplines: powerlifting, weightlifting, bodybuilding, and strongman.
Taken from Men’s Health Magazine in an interview with Dave Durante. Some exercises just look awesome. We’ve all seen someone show off a move that takes unbelievable balance, concentration, and strength, appearing to bend the laws of physics and defy gravity. These are what we’re calling
Yesterday, I introduced you to how to sift out pseudoscience online and prioritize your health. I used this graphic to show a hierarchical approach to developing healthier habits. The pyramid is set up this way because greater competency in the lower levels provides for greater