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Training Consistency

If you are in your 20's then chances are you haven't been in the gym long enough to realise you true potential, and haven't been working in your chosen career long enough to completely master your craft. If you are in your 30's and 40's I can tell you this, Physically you are in the prime of your life right now. Or you should be anyway. Everything you have been through in your earlier years has shaped the person you are today. If you are not quite where you want to be I also have this to tell you; You, and only you, are responsible for creating your happiness. By now you should have realised that consistency and dedication trumps all else when it comes to achieving a goal. So, is it you that's getting in your way of your goals? Sure, there's plenty of external factors that come in to play - family life and work are the main two. But they are also two non negotiables. You need to work, and you need to look after your family so forget about them being the excuse, as neither are going anywhere. Just like you don't always feel like going to work, your not always going to feel like going to the gym. But you still go to work don't you!? Hot tip, its not meant to feel great all of the time. You should feel great 1/3 of the time, ok 1/3 of the time, and shit 1/3 of the time. If you are close to this you are on the right track. There's no consistency in only training on the days you feel great. Inconsistent training (and nutrition) leads to inconsistent results. Or more likely no results.


Consistency is the key factor that determines progress and success in your fitness journey. When it comes to fitness, there are no shortcuts or quick fixes; it requires a long-term commitment to regular exercise and healthy habits. Consistency is what keeps you on track and helps you build the momentum you need to make progress. Consistently committing to your goal can help you build healthy habits that become part of your daily routine. Over time, these habits become ingrained in your lifestyle, making it easier to maintain your progress and reach your fitness goals. After a while it will just become the way you live and wont feel like a chore. When you see progress, you are more likely to stay motivated and committed to your fitness goals and this will boost your motivation levels by providing a sense of accomplishment and progress.


Maybe its my stubborn nature, but If I want to achieve something in my training nothing will get in my way. When I see someone perform a specific skill I know the only thing stopping me from being able to do it, is committing the time to develop the skill. After all, we are all made of the same stuff. Stay consistent and the results will come.


This is your friendly reminder to JUST KEEP GOING. The only time you ever lose, is when you give up.


Remember, Nobody Cares, Work Harder. (Buy the shirt HERE )


JQ




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