JULY 26, 2020
As a society we are now connected more than ever with friends, family, and acquaintances. Our smartphones have become a third hand, an appendage if you will. But, we pay a price for this. With all of this connectivity, it’s easy for our focus to be pulled in multiple directions.

Our reliance on technology has caused us to increasingly live less and less “in the moment.” Being in the moment simply means being focused on whatever activity you are engaged in, without distractions. We have lost a lot of that.

Read on for Lee's motivational article on how to focus and "be in the moment" during your workouts...
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