The Top Article of the Week

It's good to question things. "What am I doing here? Am I doing well enough? Should I even be doing this? What does everyone else around me think?"

Our ability to ask these questions is literally what makes us human. It's a powerful ability. It allows us to ensure our actions are in line with our intentions.

That strength can quickly turn into a weakness though. When we question too much, we find ourselves in self-doubt and analysis paralysis.

In this week's top article, Kevin Mullins writes passionately about the value of finishing. Whether you apply this lesson to your coaching, or to your own business goals -- learning to finish what you started will take your career to the next level.

General Health

Check All Items -- Bryan Krahn

There's This Thing Called "Survivorship Bias" --Aadam Ali

Why You Need Better Ankle Mobility -- Nikki Naab-Levy, Girls Gone Strong

3 Myths About C-Sections That Are Hurting Moms-- Jessie Mundell, Girls Gone Strong

Strength Training

The Truth About Belts, Lifting Shoes, and Straps  -- John Rusin, T-Nation

All Right, Fuck Sticks, Powerlifting Isn’t The End All Be All Of Fitness  -- Peter Baker

Mind Over Muscle: Get Stronger With Your Mind -- Mitch Calvert

Fat Loss

Nutrition is not a belief system. Why wishful thinking won’t get you results, but science might. -- Dan Garner, Precision Nutrition

That Time I was The Leanest Of My Life And Felt The Least Sexy Ever -- Jill Coleman

Why Dieting IS NOT The Answer -- Brad Dieter, Eat To Perform


How To Set and Crush Your Business Goals -- Ryan Ketchum

Getting Through to the Young Female Athlete -- Erica Suter