Training alone isn’t bad. Many of us do it and get results. 

But training with another person or group provides a unique opportunity. 

There’s something to be said for the influence another person can have on the quality of a training session. 

Not only are more options available to you in terms of exercise selection, but the intent you put into the exercises is likely to be higher. 

We’ve also seen where it can backfire when someone derails the focus and distracts the energy.

Find people that feed positively into the session, help focus, push each other, and elevate the training session. 



It’s a positive feedback loop, a tool to be used, that can help you more easily access a state of flow in your training.

So, like Frodo joined the fellowship… you should Find Your Fellowship.

You may find that your training sessions are that much better.