Putting together your training is often like Ikea Furniture…
If you’ve ever assembled ‘Kurt, Khok’ or any other of the madly named Swedish furniture pieces you should know…
It’s a nightmare
The instructions are basic, just images…
And you end up with stuff everywhere after hours of effort
Does this resemble your approach training and nutrition?
You have a very vague plan made up of exercises and ‘stuff’
Some random sets, reps, work and rest periods
And then like your Swedish masterpiece ‘Bhark’…
It all falls apart
If so, no worries, as you are like 99.9% of people
And even me back in the day
What do I suggest you to do?
Well number 1, recognise you have no structure and clear plan
This isn’t how you would work in your career to be a success is it?
It’s the same with success with your strength, fitness and performance
What do you want to achieve?
Are you frustrated with the unhealthy reflection in bathroom mirror?
Are you worried about not being fit enough for a sport, event or just in your life?
Whatever, this sets the DIRECTION
What key things will take you this way?
Exercises, Type of Training, Nutrition and Lifestyle?
Only include things which DEFINITELY achieve this
Why waste time doing things which achieve diddly squat?
In other words, create the plan
Where are you starting and how will you progress this
How will you assess progress?
Don’t guess, instead assess
This is the exact approach I’ve used for years…
From the plan to turn a junior pro rugby player into an international warrior
To the accountant from Birmingham wanting a leaner, higher performing body
In fact this is why we have an in depth discussion with all potential new members at C.P
To determine the destination and context, so we then do all the work in structuring everything so you can achieve…