Plateau Proof Your Entire Next Year

In Methods & Success Mindset, Uncategorizedby Matt

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I don’t believe in plateaus. I think they are completely avoidable and not at all the big looming wall that you’re sure to run into.

In the past 5 years, I have yet to really plateau my training and thus my fitness.

There are all sorts of reasons for this but the simple over view is this:

– Aim to be in better shape by this time next year.

– To do this,  look for progression and improvement by this time next month.

– To do that,  Look for progression within the next week.

– To do that,  look for progression within the next workout.

– To do that,  look for progression during the next exercise.

– To do that,  look for progression during the next set.

– To do that,  look for progression during the next rep.

A plateau happens once you stop looking for progression during the next rep.

-Which means you stop progressing during the next set.

-Which means you stop progressing during the next exercise.

-Which means you stop progressing during the next workout.

-Which means you stop progressing during the next week.

-Which means you stop progressing during the next month.

-And that means you’re not going to progress by this time next year.

So……..where is your progressive vision falling short? Once you know that, you’ll know how to forever end your plateaus