Consider your real options

A very important thing you need to do is make a realistic assessment of the amount of time and energy you can devote to training. Almost no one, with the exception of a handful of professional athletes, can afford to devote maximum time to training at the expense of other responsibilities (school, work, family…) and it is therefore foolish to think that you can train as often and as hard as fighters who do this or any other sport professionally and have a much better background and overall conditions. Do not try to fight the mentioned fact or get around it in any way. It is not in your interest and it will not bring you any benefit. If a colleague from your gym can train 5 times a week and sometimes you can even exercise in two phases and you have the opportunity to train only 3 times a week, then don’t worry about it. Even with training 3 times a week, you can achieve comparable results,

Look for reserves, but don’t neglect what’s important. If you limit Friday’s sitting with a beer with friends so that you can catch one extra workout, and you won’t suffer from the feeling that you are losing unforgettable experiences, then do it. On the other hand, training daily with such effort that you then fall asleep at a meeting at work or at school may seem like a good idea, but believe me it is not. The effort can theoretically bring you 5 kg on the bench-press or 1 cm on the circumference of the biceps, but it is very likely that you will lose these gains in a relentless effort not to be fired from school or school. 🙂

This brings us to an equally important real assessment of your physical capabilities. What someone else can do in training may be too much for you. If you want to find a sparring partner for training, try to look among people who are physically at about the same level as you. Having a sparring that is much stronger than you can be motivating … The stronger and more powerful of the pair can take on the role of a “puller”, which motivates the weaker to greater commitment and performance. Usually, however, the whole thing ends with one of the pair starting to adapt to the other at the expense of their training, and the joint training ceases to suit him over time.

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The beginner is usually eager, he expects the results if possible today, at the latest by the end of the week. (What day is it today? Saturday?) He doesn’t want to waste time with anything other than “best training”, he has to use “best supplements” immediately, and he expects to have the best results, of course. However, the laws of training progress are completely relentless for the vast majority of trainers. With the exception of a very rare group of extremely genetically endowed individuals who achieve admirable results after only a short period of time, many years of regular training and appropriate adjustments in nutrition and overall lifestyle are always required before you can achieve truly impressive muscle mass or strength development. everyone in the gym at a glance. Progress will alternate with periods of stagnation, when you make every effort, but the results will be minimal or none. For example, it will happen to you that after an illness or a long training break (caused by lack of time or injury) it will be very difficult for you to return to the level you were at once and considered it your standard. All this belongs to the training and represents a natural development. It is unrealistic to expect that the first exercise will be followed by many years of constant growth in performance.

Be patient and don’t try to hurry. At best, you will be disappointed to find that the goals you expected are completely unrealistic to meet in the time you set. In the worst case, you will experience a state of overtraining, or worse, an injury will come, which may ultimately take months and years of your efforts so far.

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