(An oldie but a goodie)
1. You don’t eat enough (carbs mainly)
2. When it’s time to do your set you excuse yourself for more rest.
3. Just when it starts to hurt you quit. When it starts to hurt that’s time for more reps.
4. You don’t eat enough
5. You skip exercises and sets when no ones watching.
6. Tell yourself something enough you believe it.
That BS you post on social media you ’embellish’ you eventually start to believe you’re doing.
7. You spend your rest periods thinking about anything and everything BUT your next set.
8. You move weights with complete neglect for stretches and contractions.
9. You don’t eat enough.
10. You want to get lean and get big despite both requiring conflicting physiological mechanisms. Both therefore remain average.
11. You place too much emphasis on supplements and not enough on food.
12. You miss gym sessions and lack consistency.
13. You overly favour weight on the bar over volume of weight moved. You may also overly favour volume over weight on the bar. Both have their place.
P R O G R E S S I V E Overload
140 x 10 x 3 = 4200
100 x 15 x 3 = 4500
14. You overcomplicate your training.
15. You don’t eat enough
16. Your bodyfat is hindering your ability to build muscle (get lean first).
17. Your training partners are average and lazy.
18. You’re lazy and afraid of hard work.
19. You’re impatient and too quick to come up with reasons you’re not growing OR reasons other people are when you’re not.
20. Your idea of a 10 is Infact a 5. Oh and if that’s the case your ego is largely your limiting factor.