After a long day at work, training might be the last thing on your mind. This is especially true if your bank account is hurting and you’ve got other things to take care of. How are you supposed to have the willpower at the end of the day to get after it?
The following resources address the three main obstacles to being the best that you can be- time, money, and effort.
You may not be able to fully devote your life to training, and that’s alright. I’m no stranger to poverty in both time and money myself, so I write about how to make the most out of what you have.
Sometimes, less truly is more.
Effort (Working Hard AND Smart)
Here’s what I’ve written recently on the blog.
- The Hero’s Journey
- Military Strategy: John Boyd on Why Quick Decisions Win
- Prilepin’s Chart: Answering the Sets and Reps Question
- What Should You Focus On During Recovery?
- Seeking Adversity
- Faith and Performance
- Thriving In Uncertainty: Lessons Learned From Poverty
- Learning How To Learn: The Principles
- Depth Over Breadth: A Double Leg Takedown Demonstration
- The Audacity Of Belief