ARE YOU DRIVING ROUND IN CIRCLES BECAUSE YOU DONT HAVE A ROAD MAP?
Here are 2 of the main reasons you might not be getting results in the gym:
1-NO TRAINING PLAN.
2-CHANGING TRAINING PLANS TOO OFTEN.
the trouble with having NO plan:
THE SAME AS DRIVING IN A NEW CITY WITHOUT A ROAD MAP OR SAT NAV!
Over the years I’ve seen so many people make no progress with regards to changing their body shape because they have no training plan. If you are a beginner or even intermediate you cannot get away with not having a training plan. You need to know exactly what exercises, sets, reps and rest periods are when you are going to the gym. How many days per week you should be training? When will the training program change? What will change? Sets? Reps? Exercises? So what do most people do! Walk on the treadmill for 20 minutes then go do their favourite exercises. Hit the showers and then expect results. Then they either rinse and repeat this for the next year and get NO RESULTS. Or, they train like this for a month and then GIVE UP UNTIL THE FOLLOWING JANUARY 1st.
So how can your fold 1 or 2 years of frustration and NO RESULTS into 6 months of RESULTS? You invest in a expert professional personal trainer like the ones we have at Elite Fitness. All our coaches have over 5 years experience and have a variety of sports related university degrees from around the world. Every year our coaches are required to upgrade their knowledge by learning from the best coaches currently in the industry. We are Abu Dhabi’s premium personal trainer provider for a reason. We individually design every one of clients training programs. We change those training plans every 4 weeks to keep our clients on the road to success.
The Trouble with changing plans too quickly:
Another main reason is that people change programs too often. Your body needs time to adapt to the training program parameters. for example: if I have BB back squat for 4 sets of 12 reps and then I change it after only 2 weeks. I’m not giving my body a chance to learn the movement and target those muscle fibres within that rep range. Also, there is absolutely no opportunity of progressive overload which should be one of the major goals of a beginner or intermediate trainee. A program should be adhered to for at least 4 weeks. Then you will see progression within each exercise and be able to build strength and improve your technique within more complex exercises.
ONE THING WE KNOW FOR SURE IS THAT YOU NEED A TRAINING PLAN