Joining Fitstrong was the turning point for Tyson. The change in training and intensity both contributed to his transformation – but we can’t ignore these factors:
Tyson is highly motivated; once he has a goal or something to achieve, he stops at nothing to reach it – my best type of client! It makes my job easy. He’s self-driven; “no” and “too tired” aren’t in his vocabulary.
Tyson came to FS because he wanted to take his training to the next level. Taking the approach of being fit and strong at the same time opened up the world of CrossFit and obstacle-course racing for him. It gave him the ability to compete with the best in the country and really give them a run for their money.
Knowledge is power!
If you want to be (and compete with) the best, you need to know everything there is to know about this style of training. Tyson pays close attention to movement standards and form, improving by the day. He invests time and energy in training, and sets small goals for himself daily. This is imperative to reaching a bigger long-term goal.
Committed and dedicated in all forms
Like I said: driven and self-disciplined. Eating and training become a habit that turns into a way of life that creates a lifestyle. He’s now “addicted” to the endorphin kick he gets from training, and can’t wait to come back for more. That’s how training and living a healthy lifestyle should be for all of us.
See above – taking it easy is not an option for Tyson! He doesn’t want to waste my time or his own. He’s a machine.