If the aggressive material and content of this site offends you, hug therapy might be better suited for your lifestyle and not toughness training.
(In the last couple of posts, I wrote an overall teaser of how this training must transfer to how you live your life. This topic of transferring toughness to everything you do outside of the gym will dominate the next couple of months.
Its not enough for me to be a mercenary when I approach the weights and workouts in the gym. I must train my mind and will to view all obstacles and challenges as enemies that must be destroyed. I know this statement may sound overly aggressive and may put some of you off from my tone. If so, I understand. It’s been nice knowing you and you are probably better suited for kinder and less reactive sorts of training like forgiveness counselling or art therapy.
However, if you are a realist, you know that this world can be cruel to those that are weak.If you are tired of living a life as sap where you let others step all over you, this site is right up your alley. It is your time to get what you deserved and smash all the bullshit in between your future success.
If you are ready to go to work, read on.)
Continue reading Mental Toughness Training Must Have a Carryover Effect to Your Personal Life
(Here is the third and final piece on applying mental toughness training to your personal life. Again, this series is an overall summary on how the CrossFit training can have a direct impact on improving all areas of your life. Transferring the fortitude you are developing from the physical training to your personal world will be the primary topic to the months to come.
Being a terror with a six pack in the gym is only part of this training. You want to have the capacity to smash all obstacles that get in the way of your goals in the gym and out of the gym. Sometimes that means you will have to tell the assholes of the world to go fuck themselves. When that time comes, you won’t hesitant to pull the trigger and assert yourself. Putting your foot down and refusing to be pushed around is an indicator that this training is working for you.
Getting what you want thought hard work and taking a stand for what you believe in is what mental toughness training is all about.)
Continue reading An Overview on Applying Mental Toughness Training to Your Life (Part 3)
(This a repost from one my first blogs. I been really busy at work and training clients so haven’t had time to do much blogging. However, my winter break is coming up and when it does, I plan to do to some heavy writing.) Continue reading The Need for Mind Games (a repost)