4 Reasons Why Consistency in Training is the Most Important Driver of Long Term Results (and how to make sure you stay consistent!)

But there was a time around 2005 when I swore off the weight room. It wasn't because I didn't enjoy the feeling of working hard, but it was because I never felt like my efforts got me anywhere! My problem was not a lack of effort, direction, or clear cut goal, it was down to a lack of consistency. Some weeks I strength trained 4 times, others 2, some not at all. This was my downfall, and ultimately why the gym had failed in providing the results I wanted...until now!


5 Reasons Strength Training is Critical for Older Populations

“No man has the right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training. It is a shame for a man to grow old without seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable.”


Train To Improve At Life

Friends, the gym is by no means the end. Your training is only the beginning. Take your time, be patient, find joy in the process of improving yourself in a safe environment... And then go enjoy your life, as there is only a finite amount of time to do so! Train to improve at life, not just to improve your strength.