Was having a look back in the archives the other day and I realised that it’s been 5 years that I’ve been posting these messages on my blog each day.
That’s a lot of words.
Now if I was to go back and read everyone of those, some of them might be well outdated by now, and my opinion on things has no doubt changed it that time with whatever new information comes up.
But they’re there.
And then if I go back even further, I even found my old blogspot blog – remember those? If you want a laugh, that one is still up and you can see it here.
That one started in 2007.
Yes, I’m aware I’m not getting any younger…
There was another one back in the day that I had after that that I erased after my old site got hacked and there was a bunch of random russian stuff written on random posts that I couldn’t remove.
The point though of me telling you all of this is not to toot my own horn.
It’s to show you that consistency is the key.
Sure there’s been days when I couldn’t be bothered to get stuff done, but overall more times than not I get it done.
And you can look at the same thing with your approach to training.
Every session every single day isn’t always going to be perfect.
You might even miss a few here and there.
But if you look back at the end of the month, and especially at the end of the year, you want to make sure you’re getting in more than you’re missing.
It’s obvious, but it doesn’t hurt to use another analogy to get the point across.
So if you’re in a bit of a rut right now, try not to let it continue for too long.
Small periods of down are cool.
So long as most of the periods you’re doing the work and making progress.
And if you, or someone you know needs some help right now I’d love to help you get back on track.
Just let me know what I can do to make that happen.