One of the biggest mistakes that I see happening today is the idea of training HARD.
And sapping all the energy you have.
And it’s often the reasons joint problems and injuries occur.
It’s NOT about hard work.
It’s kinda like trying to play the guitar for the first time.
It’ll probably sound terrible.
Now let’s assume your coach is sitting next to you yelling at you to play harder and faster.
That doesn’t make sense, right?
Practising the effective exercise techniques to build lean muscle with a suspension trainer, or resistance, should ALWAYS precede hard work.
It’s never about doing more.
It’s about focusing on doing better.
‘how well am I performing this exercise?’ NOT on…
‘How many reps or how fast am I doing the exercise.’ Or ‘how many more exercises can I fit into this workout.’
The more advanced you get with technique mastery and mind-muscle connection…
..the more you begin to realise that numbers become less and less relevant.
They are a guide, no more.
Hitting the number should not come before technique and mind-muscle connection mastery.
Now Don’t Get Me Wrong
Whilst we want quality over quantity. It is essential to do quantity in order to get to quality.
We have to do more in order to get so good that we can do less and still get the same results.
That’s just common sense right. Practice makes perfect.
But make sure that the practice is with good technique. Not simply doing more for the sake of doing more.
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