This week George – my Business Partner and Coach – and myself talk “Blind Faith“… We continue to reflect on the “MINDSET” being the driver of your training intentions as well as your commitment to follow your menu plan… easier said than done as George reveals here:
Wow this is a lot harder than I thought… There most certainly is a struggle mentally more so than physically with getting back into the training mindset.
To be completely honest, I don’t blame the gym novice for becoming impatient. I’m untrained for 2-3 months and I’m finding it hard to get my head in the game. Luckily I know the processes that work and what I need to do… So I’m doing it! Progress is slow but I’m in it for the long haul.
Bottom line is, listen to the experts. By all means I’m miles away from knowing a lot in the fitness industry, but I do know what works and how to apply it somewhat. “Trust what you’ve been given to do and more importantly, do it!”
The main focus of this post was a reassurance for anyone going through the same problems.
You can’t try a style of eating for a week and expect to hit your goals.
It just doesn’t work that way.
Do what your plans tell you to do and ultimately you’ll end up better off than what you were before you started.
Didn’t achieve your goals? No problem, you’re just that much closer to it.
Did you figure out how your body adjusts to eating certain foods and craving others? Sweet, you’re able to make smarter choices long-term and keep your hard-earned gains. I don’t really see a down side… Do you?
I wouldn’t really trust myself to build a house considering I probably wouldn’t be able to build a Leggo house. Would seem silly not to ask someone whose job it is for help!
SMARTER CHOICES = SMARTER OUTCOMES