The other day, I was watching a video of a former Olympian and coach, who is now coaching at the highest level of the sport, and he spoke about the importance of a good training routine. We all train, but the most important thing is learning to train well. Training is all about habits and routines, and you can’t train if you aren’t well-trained.
That’s exactly what I was talking about yesterday with divyanka tripathi age. The coach and former Olympian stated that you don’t train if you don’t train well. That’s exactly what I was talking about, and I’m not just saying that because I’m the author of this post.
What if I was to start a game and I could tell the player-game board that he would hit the board as hard as he could, but what would that do to my progress and my scores? That would be terrible. You would have to put your hand down a board instead of hitting it.
I think there is a lot of truth to that. When you first start a program, youre going to have to put in a lot of hard work and practice, but if you are able to take that on board and stay focused, then you are much more likely to be able to accomplish your goals. If you know that youre going to do something on your first day, you are much more likely to complete your goals.
And here is where it gets tricky. I know I’m a bit of a perfectionist when it comes to some things and I have definitely felt this way when it comes to my program. As an example, you’re not going to be able to get through a whole day without taking breaks and having a bathroom break. However, you also have to factor in how much time you are actually spending doing it. As it turns out, I’m a bit of a perfectionist too.
Thats why I usually advise people to take it slow and really go with it. Weve all been there. You want to do something for a couple of days, you get a little bit bored and then realise youve still got a whole week of work left. Weve all been there.
Thats why I always try to have a good “time frame” when I suggest things to people. If you dont have a time frame, then youre stuck with what youve got, right? I suggest people to try to find at least one thing they can do every day. If that doesnt happen then it just means theyre just not doing it enough. I personally try to pick at least two or three things I can do every day.
This is a hard one. I think what makes this idea hard is that you cant plan your week for all the days in it all. So if you know youre going to do an event on friday, and a few days are going to go by without that event happening, then you could potentially have a week where youre on vacation, but no one will be there.
That’s why its called a “week of nothing” or “a week without an event”. I think that this is why the majority of people have a hard time with all the events they plan for. They don’t have time.
This is a problem. For those, that dont have the luxury of planning their week in advance and not having to worry about things like that. I think a lot of people dont have that luxury. So they dont really know what to do with their days. If I had to make a list of things that I think can be done to have a more interesting and exciting week, I think I would have to mention that its basically just writing things down…