“If the sun comes up, I have a chance.” — Venus Williams
Showing up is how we improve ourselves as human beings, by being there repeatedly, even on days that we might not want to be there.
People who don’t like deadlifts are like people who don’t like dogs: probably not to be trusted.
Everyone doesn’t have to like you. Everyone shouldn’t like you.
Businesses have customers, and sometimes customers move on.
The act of getting strong doesn’t start in the gym. It starts in your head.
Don’t be that guy or gal. You know, the one who puts away their gear while others are still working.
When you think about it, much of our suffering comes because we have a difficult time accepting change.
Experiment. Be bold. Be adventurous. Dare.
The days do not get longer.
Scaling is an adjustment of the workout to your individual needs. Scaling is not an apology or an excuse. And it’s not some bullshit way to talk down to yourself or anybody else.