In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we discuss our keys to optimal performance. We wanted to bring up an oldie and a goody. Why are we doing that? Well, in the summers we need a little downtime, for those of you who have only joined us in the last few years, you may not have gotten to these yet and for those of you who have, we know you will walk away with added knowledge and inspiration you may have missed the last time. So enjoy, and we will be back very soon with fresh new content. In the meantime, be active and stay safe and come join the conversation @plantrainers on Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, and Twitter.
Performance can be a very broad term. It can relate to any aspect of one’s life, be it fitness, education, nutrition, business, or life itself. Everyone starts in a different place. We all need to unlock our potential by realizing that we hold the keys to be able to optimize performance for ourselves. These are our keys…everyone is different and you need to find your own keys in life to help you unlock your full potential to optimize your own performance. We think it’ll be very interesting to see what other keys others hold and use in their lives. Please take a moment to leave a comment below. You can discuss our keys, or even better, share your own keys to optimal performance.
In this episode we discuss:
- Our keys to performance
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