Updated: Mar 2, 2022
Well, no… but
you do need to prioritise your goals, which means
…work on them first thing in the morning…
…before distractions and obligations kick in.
First thing ≠ ‘train when you wake up’.
But it does mean start your day knowing exactly
-when you will train
-how you will train
-what you will eat
Make that plan at the start of your day or week
-know your daily calorie and protein targets at a minimum (click here)
-use an app like My Fitness Pal
-or a meal delivery service if budget allows
-plan your meals ahead of time
-have a solid program that is right for you
-know which days you will be training which sessions
-try not to reschedule / swap training sessions on whim
-perform with intention
No compromise in the plan = no compromise in the results…
…otherwise scale back those expectations accordingly.
If you'd like to take the guess work out of your goals, get in touch for a free consultation.