How to guarantee results

How long have you been going to the gym for? How long has it been since you actually hit your goals if you had goals, to begin with? We are writing this blog to direct you away from buying the next 30-day fat blasting program and start to have a look at what actually matters when seeking fitness results.



  • A lot of the fitness coaches will tell you consistency is key and without it you will fail. They couldn't be more correct. You could be on the best training program ever written but if you don't stay consistent you will fail. Instead of looking at fitness as a sprint you should be looking at is a marathon, stop looking for the get fit quick schemes and start to commit to a daily process. Without consistency you can disregard any of the other tips.


  • You started this fitness journey to become the best version of you that you can possibly be, and if you decide to not give your nutrition any attention you can forget about hitting any of your goals. We are not saying you will get zero results, you actually may get plenty depending on your genetics but for the majority of us we need to give our full attention to our nutritional habits or we will be destined for failure. 

Here are some more nutrition blogs we have written prior to this one;

What makes a highly successful dieter
How alcohol can sabotage your fitness
Tips to increase protein intake
Grocery shopping for success
The basics of protein powder
What did they teach you about cholesterol
Should I be using a food scale?
What are macros?
3 supplements that you should be taking


  •  Almost every blog I am going to remind you why sleep is so important and why the majority of us don't get enough sleep. This is holding you back from hitting your goals, check out #TeamNoSleep Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 to find out how lack of sleep may be holding you back from hitting your goals.


  • Obviously, this directly relates to consistency. You've been working out for 6-8 weeks and you've seen minimal results, the first thing you're going to want to do is to make sure the other 4 principles of this blog are in the debit section, then you need to RELAX! It took many years of accumulated poor health habits to put you in the position you are in now, and now you are going to have you work hard to hit your goals and stay patient.


  • Last but not least you need a plan, you don't need the perfect training plan you just need structure to follow day in and day out. The reason being, without one you will be more likely to fall off track and/or go to the gym and do 2-3 random exercises and leave. Confused on what kind of training plan you need to be on? Check out our blog "Training splits" by clicking the link. Within your plan should be a list of S.M.A.R.T goals so you have a reason to stay on track.  


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