Had Some Success But Hit A Plateau?

You’ve made some initial progress now but results are starting to slow down.

Scary isn’t it?

You’ve been consistent with your training but you have reached a point where you need a change and are currently taking one step forward and two steps back.

Begin to be around people who support and motivate you to exceed what you are capable of.

You probably also find yourself doing other things where you (un)consciously sabotage any remaining success – which doesn’t help. And you want to align your thoughts and behaviour on a consistent basis to keep progressing to your goals.

There is also that other part of you that is questioning if you are really doing the things needed to get where you want to go.

Are you doing the right training? Are you eating the right macronutrients? Are you training hard enough? Are you possibly training too hard and not recovering?

Everyone is unique.

A one-size-fits-all program doesn’t get you the results you are after

There comes a time in your journey where tweaks need to be made to ensure your constant progression.

Don’t believe me?

Take a look at the average person who ‘goes for a run’, or ‘goes to the gym’ or ‘pump class’ a few days per week.

Maybe when they first start training they see some success – then after a few weeks, things seem to stay the same.

We are an organism and if the stress imposed doesn’t change – neither do we.

Your program needs to be constantly changing and evolving – as your experience and capacity improves.

Likewise, what you eat needs to be tailored to your activity level, goals and history.

What you initially started eating was overcome with some exercise. But then you get to a point where you can’t outwork a poor diet.

Do you tolerate carbs well? When? Are you undereating which is causing you to hold fat?

How are you recovering? Are you just an exercise bunny chasing the high after exercise to wake you up? A band-aid (and unhealthy) fix to adrenal dysfunction?

The answer is – You don’t know until you get assessed properly.

Don’t keep working hard with nothing to show for it (or even worse, start to go backwards)

If you are wanting to do things the proper way, fill out the form on this page, come in for a Free Intro Session and see how we can help!