"When people make their workouts important, everything shifts." - Josh Hillis
So what helped YOU make the shift to being consistent and getting results?
I started training in high school, and for 3 years nothing got in the way of workouts...at my peak I was benching 225 at 170 pounds at age 18. No world record, but pretty good for an average kid.
But then I started college, and for the first 4 months I got lazy.
I blamed the pathetic university gym, my busy schedule (yeah, right), and the fact that I was playing sports instead (once or twice per week).
When I went home for Christmas break I got disgusted with myself, and vowed to get back on track right away. I started with a bodyweight workout that day at home, and I've been serious ever since.
So what about you? What made you "stick"? Or what's stopping you?
1A) Depth Jumps
2) Full Squats (175x2x20) with 3 minutes rest between sets
3A) DB Stepups
3B) Glute Ham Raise
Then I made this blender drink:
2 cups almond milk (unsweetened), frozen strawberries, 1 banana, 1 spoonful natural peanut butter, 1 scoop prograde vanilla protein.
What was your workout/blender drink today?
Couple of video resources for you today...been making videos about the most popular questions I get...here's one aboot "How much weight you should use"
=> How Much Weight to Use For Fat Loss Workouts
And on the minimal space, minimal equipment theme...Here's a 4-week kettlebell-bodyweight workout from Chris Lopez
=> Kettlebell Training - 4-Week Kettlebells Workout
Stay strong and STICK with it,
Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, MS