Are you facing difficulty when it comes to being consistent with your fitness? You know what you should be doing, how you should do it but are just struggling with the consistency aspect. Obviously, with everything that’s going on, creating and adhering to a routine is extremely difficult at this moment in time.
In Training, Consistency Is the Key to Your Fitness Goals. Consistency is arguably the most important component when working to accomplish goals, in or out of the gym. Without consistency, programs are unorganized, the body has a harder time adapting, and forming habits may be more challenging.
As most of us know, the key to achieving anything is consistency and this is heavily apparent when it comes to your health and fitness journey. You could be given the perfect plan and the perfect exercises that you enjoy, but if we can’t remain consistent with this program, we create a massive barrier for ourselves when it comes to achieving our goals.
The Myth You’ll Hear
The number one myth we constantly hear is: “I haven’t been consistent in the past and for that reason I never will be”. However, here at TH Training we use these three steps to break down this myth and reinforces why it is called a myth. When people start working with us, we ask them what their goals are first. Once they tell us their goals we get them to tell us what their biggest barrier has been when trying to achieve these goals. The answer is always consistency. Sticking to something for a long term tends to be people’s most prominent challenge. However, it’s not as difficult as you may think and with these three simple tips we can change how we think about consistency and how we can stop seeing it as the number one thing that holds us back.
Identify What You Did Previously
Start To Build More Achievable Habits
Realise We Need To Try Something Different
In the end, consistency will help you reach your goals. Without it, you might not have enough structure to allow for growth. Work first on figuring out your goals, determine the best route to take and the habits to achieve them, and start small. Once you feel comfortable with one small change, add another small change, and so on. Small changes are more sustainable over the long term and add up to form new habits. There will likely be days that your plan doesn’t work out how it was supposed to, but that doesn’t mean all progress is lost. You just need to maintain your level of consistency in the long term. Do this, and you will no doubt achieve the goals you wanted to accomplish.