In my last post on mental endurance, Three Ways to Improve Your Mental Endurance, we discussed:
Is our daily routine optimal for our health? How long during the day do we feel good? Are we consuming high-energy, efficient foods? Our love of health allows us to be the best version of ourselves. The thoughts, feelings, and beliefs we have initially drive everything in our bodies. Then our nutrition, exercise routines, and […]
After reading my first post on Mental Endurance and watching Roger Federer’s hitting session, you should have a quick glimpse at your attention span. If you began wandering after 30 seconds, then roll up your sleeves because we have a lot of work to do!
Training equals getting beat up and extreme training means getting pounded all the time! I have always been a believer in taking care of myself. Even with this said, though, I have still experience with a wide array of injuries and strains as I am sure you can relate. Below are a few of the […]