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What comes first, action or motivation?

A: This is a question that has been asked a countless number of times. If you were to go to google and type in this exact question, in less than half of a second of search time over 2 million listings will appear.

Because this is your typical chicken or the egg type of question there are different schools of thought. For me no matter how you look at it the answer is action. Continue reading

MOTIVATION: From Discipline to Mastery In Training, In Life

What gets you to do something, let alone stick with it?

How do you move beyond discipline to find the joy of being fit and strong, staying engaged for the year ahead and beyond?

More so than any other factor, more than knowledge–even more than the perfect plan–your ability to create, sustain and renew motivation determines your success in fitness and in life.

Motivation is the catalyst to action, energy for motion—it propels you to do something. The perfect plan for certain success is of no use in the absence of the drive to take action. Continue reading