by Tony Gjokaj August 13, 2020 1 min read

Everything starts with the foundation. Fitness is the best opportunity to introduce yourself to mind and body development. 

While it is the best opportunity, it's one of the more difficult ones to build habit and discipline around.

The first Reforged Pillar is Habit-Building. To reinforce this pillar, we compiled our best habit-building posts and put them into one resource guide.

Let's dive in!

Habit-Building Resource Guide

Habit Hacks

Environmental Habit Hacks

6 Habit-Building Tips

5 Morning Habits

Building Habits Like An Entrepreneur

Building Consistency With Morning & Evening Rituals

How to Influence Your Habits With Your Brain

Sleep

A Guide to Quality Sleep

7 Strategies to Improve Sleep Quality

Melatonin & Serotonin: Sleep Reinforcers!

Tony Gjokaj
Tony Gjokaj

Tony is the Owner of Reforged Performance Nutrition. He is a PN1 Certified Nutrition Coach and has been in the fitness space for over a decade. His goal is to help bridge the gap between physical & mental health through fitness.



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