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  • Win the Video Game

    By Travis Steffen on Friday, October 29, 2010 No comments

    In all difficult and arduous tasks that are worth undertaking, this is an extremely powerful strategy. It’s short, simple, and it can make moving a mountain as simple as throwing a single pebble.

    So what is it? Here’s an example:

  • Relearning to Walk

    By Travis Steffen on Wednesday, October 20, 2010 No comments

    I want to tell you a story.

    Growing up, I was one of those kids who knew exactly what I wanted to do with my life.

    Ever since I can remember, I wanted to play in the NFL. I worked myself to the bone day and night trying to achieve this goal. When I got to college, I felt like my goal might actually be within reach. After all, I was only one level away from getting to the pros.

  • 5 Simple Tips to Get You Started

    By Travis Steffen on Thursday, October 14, 2010 No comments

    This is one of those blog entries that answers some of the most common questions we’re asked here at WorkoutBOX.

    When starting a gym-based workout program, all those weights can look pretty intimidating. Don’t worry – this is natural, and should pass when you get some answers.

    How do I know I’m doing everything right?

    What weights should I be using?

  • REGRETophelia

    By Travis Steffen on Saturday, October 9, 2010 No comments

    Okay, I understand this isn’t a real medical condition – but it should be.

    Over the years I’ve heard a lot of things, read a million books, and learned a lot. That being said, it’s funny that there has been one saying that has stuck with me and drives me to this day:

  • Just Get There

    By Travis Steffen on Sunday, October 3, 2010 1 comment

    We’ve all had those days.

    It’s tough to get out of bed. Once you do, it’s tough to get much going. After work, it’s tough to do anything but plop down on the couch and flip on the TV.

    You know you have a workout to get done, and you’ve been on track until now. But the idea of doing something physical at this point seems daunting.