What does it take to master a new skill in fitness, or life?
Whether you want to…
- learn a new language…
- play guitar…
- learn Olympic lifting…
- be able to do double unders…
- master muscle ups…
- walking on your hands…
It’s all the same.
Well, at least the principles are the same. Listen below to learn more:
Betterhumanology Podcast: Season 2 Episode 26
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This week on the podcast we talk How to Quickly Master a New Skill in 2017!!
This Weekâ€™s Better Human Bullets
This week, I want you to take on the Air Force PT test which consists of 60 sec of push-ups, 60 sec of sit-ups and a 1.5 mile run for time. You can look up standards and see how you stack up on this test by visiting this page.
Mental Toughness Challenge…
Start a year-long habit.
This week, I recommend the book,Â 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change byÂ Stephen R. Covey. And if you are wondering the 7 habits are…Â
- BE PROACTIVE
- BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND
- PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST
- THINK WIN-WIN
- SEEK FIRST TO UNDERSTAND, THEN TO BE UNDERSTOOD
- SHARPEN THE SAW
You can read more about each of these habits here. But I also highly recommend this book gets on your 2017 reading list if you haven’t read this classic already!!
New Habit Recommendation…
I’d like to challenge everyone to focus on getting better quality and a higher quantity of sleep in the month of January. If you’d like to know where to start in gaining better quality (and about sleep in general) here are a few articles I have written:
In this 52-minute episode we cover:
- How everyone is trainable to do just about anything
- The 80/20 Rule in Fitness and in Life
- Learning Curves and How to Destroy them
- Why you need FULL immersion and how to avoid dabbling
- The importance of “taking space” and sleep
Thanks for listening!