Bob Harper On Overcoming Self-Doubt, Finding His 'Light'
Bob Harper seems to be the epitome of fitness perfection ... His perfectionism even translates to his own fitness routine. Even on the days when he thinks he is doing a CrossFit workout particularly well, he'll notice someone else who he feels is working out better than he is.
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Matthew Basso: CrossFit: Have We Learned Nothing?
I'm not going to call CrossFit a fad -- instead, I'll call it a bubble. I'm predicting its burst. I couldn't give you a timeframe, but I know traditional, proven methods of strength training, power training, and endurance training will last forever.
Christy Matta, M.A.: A Flawed Life: It Just Might Make You Happier
Unfortunately, the pursuit of perfection doesn't make us happier or ease stress. A perfect body doesn't solve your emotional problems, a shiny new car doesn't mean you're any more likely to be taken seriously at work and a meticulously kept house can't keep you from financial issues.
Russell Bishop: 3 Magic Tips to Experience Your Perfect Life
The main challenge with perfection is that perfection almost always lies just out of reach, sort of the impossible dream that can't be had. Indeed, perfection cannot be had, at least now how you might typically think about it; however, it can be experienced.
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