Why Not Me…

Why do they get results and I don’t?

Everyone who enters a gym wants the same thing.


However only a very select few get there.


Do they do everything right all the time?

Highly unlikely!

Nobody does everything right.

What they likely do is most things right most of the time.

There in lies the key.


Doing 80% of things right 100% of the time will always lead to better results than trying to do 100% of stuff right but only doing it 20% of the time.

Most of the clients who get great results aren’t model clients, they aren’t perfect. They have no secret or advantage.

The difference is there are consistent in what they do and they always try there best.

They attend all of their sessions and if they miss one they catch up.

They don’t avoid sessions they don’t like or miss weeks at a time.

This is really really important.

When you miss a session and another person doesn’t then they are progressing when you aren’t.

That soon adds up and even if you started ahead it won’t take long for a more consistent person to overtake you and to continue to progress beyond that.

They keep track of their food intake.

Through good or bad they continue to do it.

It doesn’t matter how bad a days eating was it still gets tracked and because of this they can always bring it back round to where it should be.

If you constantly throw it out the window after a bad days eating then your going to get nowhere.

Remember; do the majority of things right most of the time.

Don’t try to be perfect.

It’s not always easy to stay on track but those who do manage aren’t some sort of super humans they just keep chugging along slowly rather than stopping and starting all the time.

Think of the tortoise and the hare.

Take solace in this message though.

Take relief from the fact that you don’t need to be perfect, not even close.

It’s far far simpler than that. What you do need to do is to keep going, trying your best and as long as you are consistent there’s no reason you can’t achieve the same as anyone else.


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