Your metabolism increases after any meal but eating within an hour after working out promotes more fat burning relative to carbohydrates, as carbohydrates
Runners often like to think of themselves as “lone-wolves,” they spend so much time with themselves that that they get it in their heads that that is where their strength lies. But while...
On the face of it there doesn’t seem like a great deal of difference between “ritual” and “habit.” Yet looking at it in relation to sport’s training and performance the difference is vast and knowing it can make the difference between success and failure.
The best self help books teach you how to turn the abstract concept of “success” into a practical program yet even the best ones, like “Think and Grow Rich,” aren’t able to keep most on task long enough to see results. This is why.
Bushido “The Way of the Warrior” teachers its followers to behave with a moral standard that is absolute. The Samurai would not waiver from doing “the right thing” and a lot of that resolve came from a rock solid knowledge of what “the right thing” was.
It’s no huge mystery as to what it takes to be “great” in any field of endeavor. Yet, to be brutally honest, not many of us are all we could be. So if we know what goes into being better, why aren’t we at a higher level of performance in more things?