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THINK LESS AND TRAIN MORE

One of the biggest hurdles to effective training is our own mind. Too often we get so caught up in the hectic thoughts in our head that we get distracted from what is really important. Understanding the connection between your body and your mind is a big step in overcoming this and allows you to fully focus on better training habits.

The more you train, the stronger your body gets. But training the mind is a concept that we often don’t consider. The benefits of a trained mind, however, can be very helpful in your physical training practice.

The business of daily life can

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