Updated: Feb 10, 2020
I DON’T KNOW BUT I’VE BEEN TOLD
Name a lifestyle or training issue that won’t be worked out with a heavy dose of persistent and consistent effort.
A Weightlifter working toward a national qualifier, CrossFit athlete looking to make that jump to regionals, or a Soccer Dad yearning to go from dad bod to hot rod can all accomplish their goals by being persistent and consistent in their approach to both lifestyle and training.
If you are having issues making training gains accessing and sharpening lifestyle habits that will increase health and lead to higher performance. Folks often go about this ass backward opting for more training. Believe me, throwing a 90 minute fire fight into a shitty life style five days a week will only lead to injury and frustration.
Before embarking on any new or improved trainings mission ask yourself some simple questions about how you are living your life.
Are you waking up everyday, yes even the weekends, at the same time?
Are you cooking and eating real food?
Are you avoiding screens and other forms of artificial light as the sun goes down?
Are you moving more than you are sedentary?
Are you feeling frisky?
Then ask yourself…
CAN I DO BETTER?
Until you are living healthy, how you train simply doesn’t matter. Managing the major details in your life will support your training demands and goals. Any athlete who can’t adjust their lifestyle habits has no business blaming a coach, changing their program, or making an excuse as to why they have fallen back in training.
With your lifestyle sorted… seriously thats not meant to be a joke, you can take tr