The most important part of fat loss.
It is tough to pinpoint one particular part of a huge journey. What could be the most pivotal point for you is almost certainly different to me. However, there are some underlying themes in everyone’s journey.
We all have those days where it’s raining, we are tired, and we just want to go to bed. Now I won’t pretend I am on a high horse, there are times when I have felt exactly that and gone straight to bed. Of course I have missed some sessions, but what I make sure I do is make it up on a different day. I typically train 4-5 a week, which means I can be flexible with my rest days. I am sure some people are furious I don’t train more, others may be furious I don’t train less. The big point here is it works for me, I can do it. I enjoy it. I can stick to it.
The truth is, there are many types of training. All have pros and all have cons but the only factor that really matters is if you can stick to it. A great plan is pretty worthless if it’s binned 4 days in. you have to want to do it.
You have to be flexible with yourself, life is too unpredictable to lock yourself in and hoping you don’t crack. The problem is everyone cracks, if you aren’t enjoying it, you won’t do it in the long term.
So what is the most important part? Being consistent. 5 days on 2 days off isn’t going to cut it in the long run. You have to be focused every day or you are forever in the power of a ‘diet’.
If you can’t make a life out of this then you are destined to be dragged around in circles, and diets do drag you. They control you, they take over your life. If you feel like you have had enough of being dragged around make a change now. You can download my 7 tips to change your life today and start your fitness journey now.
Whatever you decide to do, you have to bring a mind-set that you are going to do it for a while. Don’t think weeks, think month. String the good days together and create a version of you that YOU are proud of.