August 16, 2020
Whether you are back to your gym and getting in your workouts with social distancing in mind; or exercising at home, having focus during your workout is important for best results.

I am fortunate enough to have a gym at home. I’ve converted my three-car garage into a fully equipped gym, which my family and I use literally every day. It’s not that unusual for me to have a big home gym, when you consider that I’m a former professional bodybuilder, turned fitness evangelist.

Training in my home gym allows me to get into my own headspace, without distractions. That is of course unless I create the distractions!

I’ve recently started using a couple of easy tricks to resetting my focus and that really helps me during my workouts. I think that they can help you too.

I call it the “5-minute Rule”.  Click here to continue reading…
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