“Once you become obsessed with something, it’s okay to be unbalanced for awhile. To be the best in the world at what you do, you have to be unbalanced to find every bit of f*cking energy and strength that you have to pull it off.”
When have you become obsessed to be better? Have you allowed yourself to become unbalanced for awhile? Or did you talk yourself out of it? What does becoming obsessed in order to be better mean to you?
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QUESTION: I just started college and I want to keep training but I don’t have much space in my room, though I do have access to the campus fitness center. Got ideas for how I can maybe train in my dorm?
ANSWER: Yes; check out this article–Small Space Workouts.
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ANSWER: Yes; there’s lots of ways you can build up an awesome gym on the cheap. Check out this article: How to Build a CrossFit Home Gym for Under 600 Dollars.
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