3 minutes ago
Riding that red and yellow strength curve.
Wolflow Training philosophy has always been about balance, but with both with myself and my clients, it has really gravitated towards the concept of intentionality.
When you are training, from the overall goal down to a single rep, is your mindset deliberate? Are you able to lock in and go to work? Do you actually want to get everything you can out of that rep, that set, that exercise, that session? Please say yes because that’s where the real results are!
While volume is indeed king more often than not, the goal should be intention and effort over quantity. You shouldn’t need *that* much to achieve your goal if you’re sufficiently prepared and the momentary prerequisites and parameters (form, ROM, loading, etc.) are being properly met.
The same should be applied to your life goals, dreams, and passions. Don’t overcomplicate it: you have something you want? You prepared to chase it? You have a plan of attack? Great. All that’s left then is execution, and proper execution requires intentionality.
Be deliberate with your time and effort, and you will see progress. And besides: the more focused you are when it’s time to work, the more fun you can have when it’s time to play. #balance at Brooklyn, New York