Ep.#161: How the Japanese theory of “Kaizen” can help improve your training results, weighing in on Dominick Cruz’s UFC championsip comeback, the “maintenance mode” training myth and more




This week, Mike & Sincere discuss the following:

  • Why denial is a river and not an accurate measure for health
  • What is the Japanese philosophy of “kaizen” & how is it an ideal approach to training
  • Defining negligence and accidents could be the difference on avoiding injuries at the gym
  • Why taking 2 steps forward and 1 step back is not necessarily a bad thing
  • What we can learn from UFC star and Bantamweight champ Dominick Cruz‘s recent comeback victory
  • Avoiding a Powerball attitude towards your training goals and life
  • Why your time = No refunds & why all sales are final
  • Why being in “maintenance mode” is a delusion
All this and much more:
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