CONSISTENCY > INTENSITY . . Above all else, consistency is the biggest make-or-break factor when it comes to progressing with your training goals. Whilst a well-designed training plan followed consistently will MAXIMISE results, a poorly designed or random training program will still produce a certain result if followed consistently & training occurs regularly (which explains why a lot of people “get by” from following random insta workouts with no context but that’s rant for another time 🙄). . . No single workout, no matter how hard you crushed it, is all that meaningful. Instead, what matters is your average intensity over long time periods, not how hard a single workout might have been. . . Regardless of whether you like to train 3 days a week, 4 days a week, or whatever, your job is to hit those numbers without fail. Then work as hard as you can within that foundational framework. Over-committing to 6 sessions per week then being so tired & sore you can’t train for an entire week after is idiotic. Still struggling to get your sh*t together? Try these.. . . ✔️Be consistent with your training routine & hit the gym at exactly the same time of day . . ✔️Book your workouts in to your diary like any other appointment, don’t just schedule them haphazardly . . ✔️Do not procrastinate then try and make up all your sessions towards the end of the week. This is certainly suboptimal for your recovery & counterproductive to creating a maintainable routine . . ✔️ FOLLOW A PROGRAM and stop throwing together random workouts from Instagram. Having structure is crucial for long term consistency. . . ✔️If you’re feeling really tired/sore just head to the gym anyway & do some light cardio, mobility work or take some selfies and pretend you had an awesome session (may or may not be what’s going on here 😳). It’s better to stay in the routine of going and who knows, you might even feel inspired once you arrive! Wearing @musclerepublicapparel (use code ASHLEIGH10 💪🏼) @ashleigh_chickswholift ashleigh_chickswholift Ashleigh Boehm ⚡️

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  • CONSISTENCY > INTENSITY . . Above all else, consistency is the biggest make-or-break factor when it comes to progressing with your training goals. Whilst a well-designed training plan followed consistently will MAXIMISE results, a poorly designed or random training program will still produce a certain result if followed consistently & training occurs regularly (which explains why a lot of people “get by” from following random insta workouts with no context but that’s rant for another time 🙄). . . No single workout, no matter how hard you crushed it, is all that meaningful. Instead, what matters is your average intensity over long time periods, not how hard a single workout might have been. . . Regardless of whether you like to train 3 days a week, 4 days a week, or whatever, your job is to hit those numbers without fail. Then work as hard as you can within that foundational framework. Over-committing to 6 sessions per week then being so tired & sore you can’t train for an entire week after is idiotic. Still struggling to get your sh*t together? Try these.. . . ✔️Be consistent with your training routine & hit the gym at exactly the same time of day . . ✔️Book your workouts in to your diary like any other appointment, don’t just schedule them haphazardly . . ✔️Do not procrastinate then try and make up all your sessions towards the end of the week. This is certainly suboptimal for your recovery & counterproductive to creating a maintainable routine . . ✔️ FOLLOW A PROGRAM and stop throwing together random workouts from Instagram. Having structure is crucial for long term consistency. . . ✔️If you’re feeling really tired/sore just head to the gym anyway & do some light cardio, mobility work or take some selfies and pretend you had an awesome session (may or may not be what’s going on here 😳). It’s better to stay in the routine of going and who knows, you might even feel inspired once you arrive! Wearing @musclerepublicapparel (use code ASHLEIGH10 💪🏼)
    Ashleigh Boehm ⚡️ CONSISTENCY > INTENSITY .
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Above all else, consistency is the biggest make-or-break factor when it comes to progressing with your training goals. Whilst a well-designed training plan followed consistently will MAXIMISE results, a poorly designed or random training program will still produce a certain result if followed consistently & training occurs regularly (which explains why a lot of people “get by” from following random insta workouts with no context but that’s rant for another time 🙄). .
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No single workout, no matter how hard you crushed it, is all that meaningful. Instead, what matters is your average intensity over long time periods, not how hard a single workout might have been.
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Regardless of whether you like to train 3 days a week, 4 days a week, or whatever, your job is to hit those numbers without fail. Then work as hard as you can within that foundational framework. Over-committing to 6 sessions per week then being so tired & sore you can’t train for an entire week after is idiotic.
Still struggling to get your sh*t together? Try these.. .
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✔️Be consistent with your training routine & hit the gym at exactly the same time of day .
.
✔️Book your workouts in to your diary like any other appointment, don’t just schedule them haphazardly .
.
✔️Do not procrastinate then try and make up all your sessions towards the end of the week. This is certainly suboptimal for your recovery & counterproductive to creating a maintainable routine .
.
✔️ FOLLOW A PROGRAM and stop throwing together random workouts from Instagram. Having structure is crucial for long term consistency. .
.
✔️If you’re feeling really tired/sore just head to the gym anyway & do some light cardio, mobility work or take some selfies and pretend you had an awesome session (may or may not be what’s going on here 😳). It’s better to stay in the routine of going and who knows, you might even feel inspired once you arrive!
Wearing @musclerepublicapparel (use code ASHLEIGH10 💪🏼)

    CONSISTENCY > INTENSITY .
    .
    Above all else, consistency is the biggest make-or-break factor when it comes to progressing with your training goals. Whilst a well-designed training plan followed consistently will MAXIMISE results, a poorly designed or random training program will still produce a certain result if followed consistently & training occurs regularly (which explains why a lot of people “get by” from following random insta workouts with no context but that’s rant for another time 🙄). .
    .
    No single workout, no matter how hard you crushed it, is all that meaningful. Instead, what matters is your average intensity over long time periods, not how hard a single workout might have been.
    .
    .
    Regardless of whether you like to train 3 days a week, 4 days a week, or whatever, your job is to hit those numbers without fail. Then work as hard as you can within that foundational framework. Over-committing to 6 sessions per week then being so tired & sore you can’t train for an entire week after is idiotic.

    Still struggling to get your sh*t together? Try these.. .
    .
    ✔️Be consistent with your training routine & hit the gym at exactly the same time of day .
    .
    ✔️Book your workouts in to your diary like any other appointment, don’t just schedule them haphazardly .
    .
    ✔️Do not procrastinate then try and make up all your sessions towards the end of the week. This is certainly suboptimal for your recovery & counterproductive to creating a maintainable routine .
    .
    ✔️ FOLLOW A PROGRAM and stop throwing together random workouts from Instagram. Having structure is crucial for long term consistency. .
    .
    ✔️If you’re feeling really tired/sore just head to the gym anyway & do some light cardio, mobility work or take some selfies and pretend you had an awesome session (may or may not be what’s going on here 😳). It’s better to stay in the routine of going and who knows, you might even feel inspired once you arrive!

    Wearing @musclerepublicapparel (use code ASHLEIGH10 💪🏼)

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