So here’s the deal…
1. There’s no intensity to your training. If there was then you’d see a change.
2. You’re not tracking your progress or your training. Instead you’re guessing, wishing & hoping – rather than knowing.
Both of these factors make a big, big difference.
You don’t know what you’re doing in the gym so you thought you’d copy a programme off your favourite fitness model & thought it would work, not taking into consideration their habits, health, training age, muscle mass, limb length, fitness to the intensity they train at.
There’s no thought process behind this way of working. You’re just doing a little bit of everything, or using whatever machine is free, rather than having training laser focused towards achieving your goal.
There is so much information everywhere and most of it is bullish*t. Even if the information is right, most people don’t know how to apply it.
IF your training longer than 45 minutes 3 days a week initially & not getting results something is massively wrong.
IF you haven’t seen results in the first 6 weeks, something is massively wrong.
Progress feeds motivation, if you don’t see it, you won’t be motivated.