There is a misconception out there, that people who are in great shape are in the gym hours on end.
90 minute weight session.
1 hour cardio session.
Swim, stretch & sauna after.
Whoever has that amount of spare time clearly doesn’t work or have a family.
Never the less, some maybe doing it the hard way and spending 2-3 hours a day in the gym.
But their (poor) diet may be the reason they have to.
Most people who have a sensible diet of 3 meals a day full of protein and vegetables.
Will see results with just 2-3 resistant training sessions each week.
It may be hard to believe but it is true.
Keep active day to day through walking, cleaning, moving more in general, and you will see results and feel WAY better.
Now, the less time training option still needs attention.
Because we aren’t always in the gym to burn off all the mistakes and extra treats.
We need to be precise.
But more importantly…
Dedicated to the easier principle.
You can’t just train 2-3 times one week, and not at all the next.
It needs you to give it some consistency.
2-3 hard training session every week for 2-3 months.
Now we are talking.
But I still hear you saying…but I just can’t get going.
I think most need to hear that it is normal to NOT want to go and start a training session.
I feel it most days too, especially when I’m in a fat loss phase.
It’s difficult to get up and going but you do it anyway.
Because after 10 minutes you are feeling great and loving it.
And you never regret doing a training session.
So, if you’ve been feeling in a bit of a rut, or not been doing your training sessions recently.
Just show up!
You’ve now kick started that momentum and will soon be feeling and looking great.