Discipline is knowing what you’re supposed to do and doing it as best you can.
If you’re struggling to balance your diet with your social life, you need to read this.
I’m going to cover the five steps I coach my clients through in order to navigate fat loss and social events effectively.
The reason why a lot of people fail and give up on their diet is that they try to be unrealistically strict, avoiding all social events and eating out of Tupperware forever. This isn’t my approach.
Whilst you need discipline, you also need a certain degree of flexibility.
This article is going to teach you the appropriate balance between the two.
Let’s get stuck in.
For me, sometimes it’s more important to perform well in training and know that I am improving rather than scoring in a game. It’s doing the hard work, day in, day out.
If you’ve ever lifted weights before, I’m sure you’ve come across repetition ranges, such as 6-12 reps.
In a well-structured training program, these ranges won’t be assigned at random.
In fact, by selecting an appropriate range for each exercise, you can make your workouts more effective to achieve your fitness goals.
This article will focus on how to choose the best rep range to maximise muscle growth, but you’ll pick up on some fundamental concepts to improve strength and endurance, too.
Now that I’ve got your attention, let’s make some brain gains.
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