In yesterday’s blog, I talked about how we often talk about “consistency” when what we actually mean is “perfection”.
We aim to eat like a nutritionist and train like an athlete..
And, when that doesn’t happen, we essentially do nothing
There’s a few different considerations we can make about consistency.
Which I’m going to cover over the next few blogs
Firstly, consistency isn’t really a goal.
It’s part of a strategy for achieving a goal.
No one ultimately cares about consistency.
It’s a means to an end.
In and of itself we’re not going get excited about it.
If it didn’t produce a result that we desire, there is zero chance that we would be bothered about consistency.
Consistency is not going to light us up and create enthusiasm in us.
However, what that consistency leads to can.
By having those benefits in mind, the process of achieving is more likely to happen.
If I asked you “Do you want to be consistent with how many workouts you do and how you eat each week?” I’d probably get a “I suppose” at most.
If I asked you “Do you want to have a body that you like the look and feel of more, to improve your mood and mental health and to have more energy and enthusiasm for life?” I reckon I’d get a much more positive response.
And if I then spent five minutes repeatedly asking you “Why?” (like an annoying child) to get a much deeper version of why that’s important to you…….
And you kept that front of mind more regularly……..
Then I’m pretty confident that the things you need to do for that to happen would be more likely to occur (and it’ll be even more likely with the proven support of what we do at RISE –> www.myrise.co.uk/apply to check out our four week trial with a Money Back Guarantee).
Jon ‘Pointer Sisters’ Hall
RISE in Macclesfield was established in 2012 and specialise in Group Personal Training weight loss programmes for those that don’t like the gym and find diets boring and restrictive!