>Ever been in a relationship and had an argument?
Chances are the answer is yes.
>Did you break up as a result of the argument?
Chances are the answer probably is no (depends on the severity of the argument, but for the most part most couples don’t break up over their first argument).
If the arguing becomes constant and escalates, the result may be different and this is often why couples break up. Through time, they simply cannot get on. Through time, the bad times outweigh the good.
What does this have to do with your health & fitness goals?
When it comes to your goals, what you do the most of through time is what dictates your end result.
Just like how consistent arguing can lead to a break up, consistent fulfilment, joy & contentment leads to happiness within a relationship.
This applies to all aspects of health & fitness: nutrition, training, and lifestyle.
>Being ‘good’ Monday to Thursday with your calorie intake but constantly overindulging all weekend results in a total excess of calories for the week, this is why some people struggle to reach their goals. Why? Because it’s what you do the most of through time that governs your end result.
>Training hard for two weeks then missing the gym for a few weeks doesn’t work in terms of results. Why? Because it’s what you do the most of through time that governs your end result.
>Being continually stressed and sleep deprived will kill your results. Why? Because it’s what you do the most of through time that governs your end result.
Take a look at your own input into the above areas and ask yourself how consistent you are in your actions?
That’s all for today, until the next time,
Tristan ‘had my fair share’ Buttle
Ps – as ever, if I can you out with anything, give me a shout.