Focus Friday: Made to Move

We're meant to use our bodies to get moving and enjoy all that life and our surroundings have to offer! What motivates you to move on your path to a level one life? This week, Stephanie talks about taking steps to re-align with the your fitness goals, becoming the you you've always wanted to be. Share your fitness goals on social media with the hashtags #LevelOneLife and #MadeToMove.

Training Tuesday: Add This Six-Week Success Tracker to Your Training Toolbox

Looking for a way to re-focus on your food, movement, water, and sleep? Add this new six-week success tracker to your training toolbox!

Focus Friday: Love What You Have

Contentment is a financial principal that doesn't get the attention it deserves. In a world where bigger always appears to be better, sometimes the best strategy is to step back, take stock of what we already have, and continue to systematically step in the direction of our larger financial dreams!

Training Tuesday: Training for the Greater Good

This month, Derek is participating in the Tour of Sufferlandria to benefit the Davis Phinney Foundation for Parkinson's. In this video, Derek talks about the foundation, the tour, and what it means to train for something beyond ourselves.

Training Tuesday: Three Talk Tracks to Boost Your Training Mentality

Negative training "talk tracks" can be turned around by developing these three "types" of talk-track personas: the friend, the professor, and the coach. The friend specializes in positive affirmation. The professor specializes in instruction, keeping your form on point. The coach is your own personal drill sergeant - pushing you to reach just beyond your comfort zone in order to grow.

Training Tuesday: How to Make the Best of the Training Time You Have

Learn how to budget your fitness blocks this week with this three-step process.

Tri Tuesday: Using Moto-Mantras to Boost Your Training and Nutrition

Whether you're training for a 5k, a marathon, a triathlon, or another event, you’ve no doubt latched on to a few concepts, ideas, song lyrics, quotes, short prayers, or catch-phrases that keep you moving and motivated during the grind. We call these sound bites “moto-mantras”. They are battle cries we carry with us in life … Continue reading Tri Tuesday: Using Moto-Mantras to Boost Your Training and Nutrition

Throwing Anchors: Pulling Yourself to Your Most Audacious Goals

Systems are a key ingredient to success in goal achievement across all six focus factors. Whether it's losing weight, paying off debt, building wealth, or completing your first race, the success systems we build in fitness, finance, food, finance, faith, family, and fun all start with one concept - Anchoring. Anchoring is making a commitment … Continue reading Throwing Anchors: Pulling Yourself to Your Most Audacious Goals

Tri Tuesday: Run Your Own Race

In this installment of Tri Tuesdays, Derek talks about a mantra you can use to "run your own race" in training and on race day. We'd love to hear what you do to set goals, race your pace, and maintain self awareness. Comment below, and subscribe to our mailing list and YouTube Channel for more … Continue reading Tri Tuesday: Run Your Own Race

Seeing Results: 3 Essential Training Disciplines

Efficiency is doing things right. Effectiveness is doing the right things. - Peter Drucker Do you consider yourself a naturally gifted person, or would you place yourself staunchly with the vast majority of us that have had to learn skills the hard way? Even if you are naturally skilled, have you found that you are … Continue reading Seeing Results: 3 Essential Training Disciplines

3 Questions for Mindful Eating

Someone Needs to Say It Food is not good or evil, nor do your decisions about what to eat translate into you being a good, bad, smart, or stupid person. There is no magical transitive power that food possesses that indicates your personality or your character. Free yourself from "relating" with food - it's not … Continue reading 3 Questions for Mindful Eating

It Starts With One: 5 Steps for Breaking Down Our Greatest Challenges

The Thousand Mile Journey Lao Tzu said "the journey of a thousand miles begins with one step." The hardest part is deciding when to step. The six focus factors below call on us to pay attention to areas of our lives where we may be lacking in determination, fulfillment, progress, or goals. A journey of … Continue reading It Starts With One: 5 Steps for Breaking Down Our Greatest Challenges