I've harped on this over and over throughout the years, but going to the gym consistently 3 days per week will yield far better results than trying to train 6 days per week but never being able to stick it out for longer than a few weeks.
When it comes to training and fitness, we want to build momentum.
Like dieting, many of you will come down hard on yourselves when you aren’t perfect.
The same happens with training. We dream up elaborate programs that require 6 days per week and when we miss one - OUCH - we have ruined our week.
With 3 days, you have a lot more wiggle room in your schedule. But if you miss just 1 day of a 6-day program, you're under pressure for being perfect the rest of the week.
The more consistent you can be, the more momentum you build.
And I want you building momentum early on to create that positive feedback loop (the more you do early on, the better you feel, the more consistent you'll be, and the better your results).
Think about this when you start a new fitness program.
How many days per week do you currently exercise?
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