About 12 weeks ago @kaz_zoo began online coaching with me whilst still doing face to face sessions with the goal to improve her overall strength and technique in the big 3 lifts (squat, bench press, deadlift). She has committed herself to 4 sessions per week and has seen huge progress.
Previous deadlift pb was 127.5kg and today she hit 130kg for some doubles. Keep an eye out for a big 1RM pb next week!
To book in for an assessment or enquire about online coaching PM the page or email nick @ssptraining.com.au
STOP CHASING PERFECTION
I see this a lot, especially with people that are very busy and very driven.
Perfection seems like the only way, so it's all or nothing. Anything else seems worthless.
I get it. It's great to have aspirations to be the best that you can be.
BUT, perfection doesn't exist. Your chasing something you'll be chasing forever.
Practice excellence in what you are chasing. Building muscle, fat loss, performance improvements ALL TAKE TIME.
Daily practice is what allows you to reach your goals.
Practice your goal like a skill.
Nobody is perfect, so why should you feel guilty when you say you haven't been?
Hint: you shouldn't 😉
NUTRITION MISTAKES #1
You aren't being honest with yourself.
I had a conversation the other day, which was about why someone had stalled in weight loss. They said they couldn't comfortably go any lower with calories but if that was the only way they would. I asked about what their tracking had been like and they replied that they'd had a few big nights out recently and not tracked and a few days in the office when they had indulged in cakes.
The problem wasn't the calorie goal we had set, it was that they weren't being honest with themselves about how consistent they were being.
All too often it's the things that go un noticed that hold people back with nutrition, things forgotten here and there, so we have to be honest about everything we eat and accept where we are right now so positive change can be made.
Whatever your goal is, if you haven't tried recording everything you eat (that's everything including milk in your coffee, the oil you cook in and the butter on your toast) then this could be a great fix for not knowing what's going wrong.
Be honest and make an assessment of what needs to stay and what needs to change to help you reach your goals. This isn't about judging yourself, eating food doesn't make you a good or bad person. This is about putting yourself in the drivers seat 💪
2 222 hours ago
Seven eating mistakes you make after a run. Link in bio.