It’s no secret, we like cadence exercises. Why? Because there’s no where to hide, you can either do it, or you can’t. And there’s no bonus for speeding through, as if it’s some achievement that you’re done before everyone else...
Food is like codeine. Some people love opiates, some are indifferent, and others flat-out hate the feeling of being doped out on opium.
Food is like that. Some perform like superstars on certain foods, others are indifferent and some absolutely hate certain foods because of the effect they have on performance...
Consistent application of positive routines in your life and solid goal setting for long-term success.
Ted sat down for a chat with Brendan from The Bloke Cast.
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Ted sat down with Leroy from The Fit Dad Lifestyle and discussed everything from fatherhood, how Skilled Athlete started, entrepreneurship and fitness.
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Highly effective teams rely on strong leadership, cohesion and motivated individuals.
All good and well, but what does that boil down to? This isn't a comprehensive article, at all. But, if you're a developing leader, you're about to be promoted, or you want to know if you're doing it right? Read along...
Toxic leaders consistently use dysfunctional behaviours to deceive, intimidate, coerce, or unfairly punish others to get what they want for themselves. The negative leader completes short-term requirements by operating at the bottom of the continuum of commitment, where followers respond to the positional power of their leader to fulfil requests.
“Comfort is a slow death” - the Skilled-Athlete motto. I first read that phrase earlier last year when I came across the site by chance, mindlessly flicking through the distracting garbage that our phones spew at us on command to momentarily satiate those precious few seconds of nothing that we instinctively avoid now that such vapid entertainment is so readily at our fingers. There I sat, in climate controlled comfort, passively absorbing the banality of the people around me nattering about perceived slights and injustices they engage in willingly- the hardest decision of my day being what to eat for lunch. Those five words felt like they reached up out of the phone and smacked me in the mouth.