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Whether it is motivational or physical, everyone hits plateaus in their training. Situations where you feel no progress is being made, you fall off your diet or start skipping workouts. #KeepCalm and train on. There are speed bumps in every road. Do not let them totally derail everything you worked for. It’s OK to take a “vacation” from your training and recharge. This is beneficial for your mind as well as your body. Try not to totally fly off the handle and undermine your progress, especially if your goal is a large amount of weight loss. Take this time off from your workout/diet to reflect on your training and possibly expose weaknesses in it. I like to reexamine my workout split and diet every 6 months or so to ensure that I am doing the best that I can. For me, it’s about finding a balance between the time I have available and the time that I am willing to put into training. Due to life circumstances, the ratio between the two may “see-saw” occasionally. Your results don’t lie and are a direct reflection of the work you put in. Both in the gym and in the kitchen! If your results are lacking or not up to your expectation, that’s on you. At the end of the day you have to look at yourself in the mirror and be able to honestly say that you did EVERYTHING you could to achieve your goal. And even if you can’t do that, it’s not the end of the world. Progress is progress, no matter how slow. Remain positive and keep grinding. 
#Fitness #CheFit #Fitspo #Fitspiration #Bodybuilding #Gym #WorkingOut #PicStitch #IphoneOnly #ColorSplash #NoFilter #NoHDR

Whether it is motivational or physical, everyone hits plateaus in their training. Situations where you feel no progress is being made, you fall off your diet or start skipping workouts. #KeepCalm and train on. There are speed bumps in every road. Do not let them totally derail everything you worked for. It’s OK to take a “vacation” from your training and recharge. This is beneficial for your mind as well as your body. Try not to totally fly off the handle and undermine your progress, especially if your goal is a large amount of weight loss. Take this time off from your workout/diet to reflect on your training and possibly expose weaknesses in it. I like to reexamine my workout split and diet every 6 months or so to ensure that I am doing the best that I can. For me, it’s about finding a balance between the time I have available and the time that I am willing to put into training. Due to life circumstances, the ratio between the two may “see-saw” occasionally. Your results don’t lie and are a direct reflection of the work you put in. Both in the gym and in the kitchen! If your results are lacking or not up to your expectation, that’s on you. At the end of the day you have to look at yourself in the mirror and be able to honestly say that you did EVERYTHING you could to achieve your goal. And even if you can’t do that, it’s not the end of the world. Progress is progress, no matter how slow. Remain positive and keep grinding.

#Fitness #CheFit #Fitspo #Fitspiration #Bodybuilding #Gym #WorkingOut #PicStitch #IphoneOnly #ColorSplash #NoFilter #NoHDR

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