Identify and Correct Potential Distractions

Below is a new video which serves as a follow up to my previous video about the significance of focus within a workout (original video here).

In this most recent video, I continue the discussion regarding training without distractions. I stress the importance of identifying potential distractions and then proactively attempting to correct or minimize them.


“The successful warrior is the average man, with laser-like focus.” – Bruce Lee


  1. Hi Ross! First, I want to tell you that I love your blog. I read it regularly. I have a link to it on my blog. 😀

    What I do for timing b/t sets: I briskly walk two laps around the gym in between weightlifting sets. The first lap, I think about total relaxation–shake off all tiredness of the last set, and dump it off on the track. The next lap, I summon new energy to get ready for the next set–I look around, and soak in all of the fitness energy of other fit people around me. Then, the quick psych up right before the set. And I’ve always done well with heavy sets with this timing and thought process.

    🙂 Marion

  2. Loved this vid, bro. Hate having to be a bad guy when someone’s trying to talk to me and I don’t want to be bothered. Also, I literally meditate before my workout to clear my mind and leave the outside world outside the gym.

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