Tonight I Will Be In My Bed
Written by Holden Rethwill

A mantra can be a powerful tool. It can keep you going when the crap hits the fan. Using a positive mantra during a difficult workout can help keep out those negative thoughts – the ones that make you want to slow down, rest, or even stop.

Reading through one of my books earlier this week I came across a new quote that I wanted to share. The credit goes to Chris Sacca (entrepreneur and guest on Shark Tank) from the book “Tools of Titans”

I “Get” To
Written by Holden Rethwill

How many times a day do you use the phrase I have to?

Regardless what the phrase is connected to, this is something I hear constantly. I’m even guilty of it myself.

What exactly am I guilty of?

Allowing myself to have the mindset that I have to do something. We don’t have to do anything. We get to do it.

Telling yourself you get to do something as opposed to having to do it is a simple change in philosophy that can have incredible benefits.

How To Build A Long-Lasting Habit Without Falling Off The Boat
Written by Invictus Intern Misbah Haque

I’m sure you’ve heard the word on the street about how it takes 21 days to build a habit. Have you ever stuck to that process only to find yourself completely derailed afterwards? Everyone has certain areas in their life where habit building comes effortlessly.

If you LOVE to train, you might have no issue adding in 15 minutes of mobility work as a part of your daily movement practice. But let’s say when it comes to nutrition,

How To Build A Long-Lasting Habit Without Falling Off The Boat
Written by Invictus Intern Misbah Haque

I’m sure you’ve heard the word on the street about how it takes 21 days to build a habit. Have you ever stuck to that process only to find yourself completely derailed afterwards? Everyone has certain areas in their life where habit building comes effortlessly.

If you LOVE to train, you might have no issue adding in 15 minutes of mobility work as a part of your daily movement practice. But let’s say when it comes to nutrition,

You Are Not
Written by Gary Martin

We all like to think we know who we are. We believe in that which we are capable and have doubts about that which we have failed. We have understandings about what we are good at and we know what we have no business attempting. Some may call this introspective but it may be holding you back. It could be that you are limiting your potential by simply accepting what or who you think you are. As a matter of fact: you are not.

“All is in Motion” Hereclitus (c.540-480 BCE) was famous among Pre-Socratic philosophers for his belief that the universe and everything in it is in motion.