Your strength improvements have plateau’d…
Rubbish isn’t it?
Well maybe not…
I spent 7 years in professional rugby with people who had this issue…
They would come from another club
Where they’d stopped progressing; reps the same, weight the same, bodyweight the same
So lucky for you I spent this time turning this issue you have around
Lack of continued improvements with training will boil down to some keys:
First up, are you progressing your programme?
I’m not talking about switching exercises every session
But are you continuing to either appropriately increase the reps, or load each week on each exercise?
Is this based on a longer term plan (what we call ‘cycle’)
My guess is no, but I don’t blame you because you don’t know HOW
Ironically, most trainers don’t either, as so many of our members who have joined us from other ‘well known’ gyms have told us
Also do you train enough?
Frequency of training is as important as the wheels on your car!
One session a week won’t cut the mustard for you
The other part is your nutrition…
If your intake of food is not in line with your goals, you’re hitting a brick wall
Early on you can get away with this briefly
But eventually you can’t get around it
No surprises we plan and progress all our members training programmes every session, for each individual
We also ensure the amount they train and their nutrition is also spot on
Results, great results!
You can have this too