Let’s talk about progress in the gym because it isn’t always linear.
Sure, you can increase the amount of weight that you lift. But you can also lift the same weight more times. Both are great. But there’s so much more to it.
Think FITT – changing the frequency, intensity, time and type of exercise will help you keep getting results.
Being able to train with less rest, improvements in your mental game, bettering your range of motion, or lifting with a more difficult tempo are all ways to vary and improve.
I hope this helps switch up your training so you feel more motivated and start seeing results if you stagnated!
And, just so you know, I’m putting together a brand-new programme starting Monday 18th May. This is specifically for busy women and men in their 30’s, 40s or 50s who want to regain lost fitness, lose 10 pounds and learn to stay consistent in the next 60 days.
It’s a remote programme, so you can join from anywhere in the world.
I’m looking for 5 people to test it out at a HUGE DISCOUNT, help me work out the kinks, and get amazing results that I can use as a case study.