Monday Motivational Reads!

Posted: November 5, 2012 by cmrodgers100 in General, Mental Game

Here @Showmestrength we like to share our ideas on training as a whole. Whether it’s what to eat on a daily basis, how we train, or what we do to keep a sharp focus on our goals, it’s important to us that we give you the best tools to see the best out of you.

A big part of helping you out will also be sharing books, videos, and articles from others that make sense to us, motivate us, and direct our training in a positive way. That leads us into today’s post..

Sometimes Mondays can seem a little overwhelming. Many times we have so much in front of us that it can seem intimidating. Well, the best way to conquer these obstacles is to face them head on.

Here are some great reads to get your week started off right!

Chad HowseThe Art of Being Actively Motivated– Chad has one of the best blogs in the world on becoming more awesome. He is constantly putting out great content that can help anyone cut out the bull**** and get the most out of themselves. Here is just one of his many uplifting articles.

Nate GreenWake up Heroic- The 20 Minute Morning Fix– I’m a firm believer that if you get some great food, some stretching, and some awesome coffee or tea, you’ve already set your day up for success. Nate just lives and breathes awesomeness so just look what at what he has to say about having a great morning routine.

Jim “SmittyDiesel” SmithClimbing the Hill- Smitty always puts out  great, quick reads that can really get you fired up. I like this one that he wrote right before his grueling Sealfit challenge which he trained extensively for.

Click on the name to read more about the author at their blog, or the article title to read these posts.

Thanks! Let us know what you think!

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Comments
  1. brawnybody says:

    What’s up Matt,

    Awesome people you mentioned. I checked them out and they have really great stuff.

    Thanks for sharing dude,
    Eric Silva

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