Week That Was! Danny reflects on what he was doing on September 11, 2001 and reminds everyone to remember the survivors as much as the departed. He also talks about how to create small victories within each workout, how to convince yourself to become whatever you want. and why hitting the “snooze” button can train your brain to expect failure. Finally, Danny addresses how to fix your chronic low back and neck pain.
Here is where you can find each segment in case you want to skip around. Enjoy!
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3:47 – September 11, 2001 – Remembering the fallen and honoring the survivors
10:39 – Creating small victories in your workout to set you up for long term success
18:07 – How to convince yourself to become whatever you want
24:24 – Why hitting the “snooze” button is training your brain to accept failure
28:01 – Which is most important, exercise or nutrition?
32:53 – Listener Question: How do I fix my low back and neck pain?
39:36 – How to support this podcast
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