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If you’ve met with us once you know we start fast and with a crazy intensity. We never want to lose that - and our goal is to motivate you back to that intensity you started the business with. The cycle happens- don’t get discouraged.
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CONSISTENCY OR INTENSITY?
The answer is BOTH.
Both of them need to go hand in hand if you need results.
Long term consistency trumps short term intensity -Stephanie Cohen
Doesn’t matter how intense your workouts are if you’re not consistent and in the same way it doesn’t matter for how regularly you’ve been working out if you lack heart and intensity.
Some people start working out and they hit the gym regularly for a month or two and when they see some changes or results they start taking it easy or even start skipping their workouts. Because of this they stall their progress and get demotivated.
Same thing applies to intensity. It doesn’t matter for how long you’ve been working out or how consistent and disciplined you are if you’re not giving it your 100% when you workout. You don’t have to max out everyday. That’s not what intensity is. Intensity is you going in everyday with a thought in your mind which says “I have to make the most of this workout, I have to give it everything I have”. This also applies to your nutrition. One day of clean eating won’t make you lose fat and one day of eating junk won’t make you fat.
And remember, progress takes time. Rome wasn’t built in a day. Be consistent and be disciplined. Don’t cheat on your workouts and nutrition. Be consistent with both of them.
Real results always take time and you need to be patient with it. If you’re on track with your workout, nutrition and recovery you will get the results you want. It may take a year, hell it may even take 2 or 3 years but these results will last. It will shape you into a better version of yourself
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