If you've stopped training and have been struggling to restart with training and getting back into a workout routine then today's blog is exactly what you need to hear - the secret to getting back on track with your training.
Start exercising again with 1 simple, foolproof strategy that will help you build a training routine that you can stick to, one that you won't want to quit.
'Falling off the wagon' is simply an opportunity to reconfigure your training program to include much more engagement and fun to prevent you from relapsing again and ultimately helping you to achieve your weight loss and fitness goals.
Today's blog covers:
- How to look at 'falling off the wagon' with training in a positive way (growth mindset) and how to build your own workout motivation
- The importance of not putting too much internal pressure on your workout routine as this will make it difficult, uninspiring and likely to cause exercise burnout
- One simple strategy to rebuild your workout routine in an engaging, fun and rewarding way that you won't get tired or bored with. He takes the negative pressure off your training and empowers you to build your own interest and ability in achieving results that you can keep.
This MUST WATCH video (and blog) will help you to finally build a workout routine that you can stick to, which will improve your health, increase your fitness and help you to achieve your body transformation RESULTS that you can maintain.
Let's get into it.
You can't get a positive result with negative energy
Putting too much pressure on what you're doing, it just kills it.
You're trying to achieve something amazing for yourself, you're trying to improve your life BUT you're just dragging your arse through the whole thing. You're not going to keep that up.
To make sure that this process happens the solution here is to experiment and play with the process. Just slow down and choose something that's appropriate for where you are now and what I mean by that is to have something that's not creating any tension inside of you.
Don't put yourself under too much tension
I was working with a lady recently, and I was talking about this idea of choosing something that doesn't cause any tension inside of you, no matter how little that is. And I said to her okay what about 10 push-ups once a week? It seems a bit silly but at the end of the day for someone to say I don't have time to do that we all know they're taking the piss, everyone's got time for 10 push-ups once a week.
So that causes no tension. Will I be able to keep it up? Yes you can keep that up.
So she wanted to do something every day and I said okay so 10 push-ups, 10 squats, 10 sit-ups every day that's it. That's it. Does that cause any tension inside of you? And she said no, no I have no trouble with the idea of doing that.
But then asks is it effective enough? Well, what does effective mean?
We're saying it's effective to to be able to start to get some momentum that's effective , so damn the results that you may or may not get. This is not about that yet, it's about starting to build a routine and build an identity and belief in the fact that you can do it.
And then I said to her okay what about 20 reps, do you think that you could keep that up?
And she was like no that causes tension and even she even said like it sounds silly but it does, I don't feel right about that and I was like sweet. All good.
That's where you need to start now. And you know what, by the end of that the week by the end of the fortnight she's going to still be doing it. She's not gonna do that for six months and just be like yup this is all I can do. When you've been doing it for long enough you're ready to do more.
And when you're ready to do more, do more. If you're not ready don't worry there's no rush and that's what we do we play with it.
Where is your point of tension? Where can you start?
So now, ask yourself - What am I ready to do? Try something and stick with it. Later on, you can add more on and then you can try something else and you add it on and then you just go with what feels right to you at the time. This is the best way to build a long term exercise plan that you can stick to.
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