Your Fitness Goals & Lost Moments – Don’t Go Down With A Sinking Ship

wasted time in the gym

Where does the time go?

Hard to believe it’s Monday. The weekend is already behind us.

Hope you enjoyed yours and made the most of it.

Too bad I can’t say that for myself.

Neighbors (Blu-ray + DVD + DIGITAL HD with UltraViolet)Time is so precious I can’t believe I threw away 2 hours of it.

Saturday night I wanted to unwind and relax. So I was looking for a movie.

Nothing deep.

Something light and fun.

I eventually came across Neighbors.

Big mistake! A total waste of two hours of my life.

It didn’t take long to see this movie wasn’t going anywhere. Yet I continue to watch and waste my time.

Unfortunately I see the same thing happen a lot.

Before someone asks for my help they’ve been stuck.

They’ve followed workout and nutrition plans that suck.

Hours, months, and even years have been wasted running in circles getting nowhere.

Time goes on but their body remains the same.

Or for those who it hasn’t…

It’s changed for the worse. They have less muscle and more fat. The complete opposite of what their goal is.

If this has ever happened to you, you know it’s enough to make you pull your hair out.

 

It doesn’t have to be that way.

With each passing day there should be small improvements. Not big. Maybe not even noticeable. But they’re there.

If needed. I have people make adjustments every two weeks. Because after 2 weeks you should be able to see a change.

Maybe you have to pull your belt 1 notch tighter.

Maybe you can do and extra rep or lift a little heavier weight.

You should see something.

14 days is plenty of time to see a change.

 

Don’t go down with a sinking ship.

At your bi-weekly check in one of two things will happen:

  1. you made progress. Great! Keep doing what you’re doing.
  2. you didn’t make progress. Great! That’s good feed back. You know if this approach isn’t going to work for you. Time to move on. Time to find something that does work for you.

A program way work. But it just may not work for you. For example...

Intermittent Fasting

Some people find it too difficult to go extended periods without out eating.This means either they snack when they should be fasting. Or when the fast ends they eat everything in sight. It doesn't matter if this approach works for some. It doesn't work for you. Don't force it. Instead, drop it and find what does work for you.

Bottom line…

Move onto something that will work.

Because no matter what you do or don’t do, time will continue to tick. And you can’t get it back.

That, is where The Perfect Body Blueprint can help.

It’s what my system does:

Keeps you moving forward.

On track.

And, helps you get your perfect body.

If that’s what you want, I can help.

Go here to download now:
http://fitnessdoctrine.com/yours-free/perfect-body-blueprint/

 

I may not be able to turn back time.

But….

I can make it look as though you did.

Jason

Jason, CSCS

 

 

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