Here at Evolution, our motto is “Train with Purpose”.
Our GM recently wrote a blog on how this idea was shaped for him and how it helped him accomplish goals.
Here’s an excerpt:
My coach use to say, “Few things are an absolute. There are two things I can promise you in this life. One is that you will pay taxes, the second is that you will die. Anything else that you want, you have to work for.”
Read more here: Do You Train with Purpose or Follow Wishful Thinking?
By silvia0548med|2018-11-06T21:45:55+00:00September 1st, 2016|Categories: Blog|Tags: evolution, fitness, train with purpose|
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