In theory a 4-minute mile is a 1:45 marathon. Yet it took 65 years from the 4-minute mile to break the 2-hour marathon barrier. Three lessons we can learn from this.
A man ran 26.2 miles in under 2 hours. Here’s why you should care, even if you’re not a runner.
If you want to improve in a skill, there’s only one way to do it: practice that skill.
If you want to reverse years of poor posture habits, you’re going to need more than a few hours in the gym.
Yoga often gets promoted as a physical practice, but the poses are merely a set-up for the practice of yoga.
The rest we take when we feel exhausted is different from other rest and doesn’t fuel our growth. Growth requires rest before you feel ready.
The real work is always the inner work. This is true even when it comes to the body.