I was going to give you a few tips on switching up your workout routine to avoid plateaus...
But to be able to avoid plateaus, there's something much more important that you have to do first.
Switching things up - or making changes - means that something isn't working. But how do you know when something isn't working, when you're plateaued?
Is it because you're not getting as sore as you once were, so you need to make your workouts different or more challenging? Or is it that the workout just doesn't feel as hard anymore?
I say, it has nothing to do with either of these. Soreness isn't an indicator of a good workout, and how hard you worked out isn't an indicator either.
The ONLY indicator is your log book: your workout notes that tell you exactly how you've been progressing in your workouts the last few months.
Only from clear cut DATA can you make those kinds of decisions. Because otherwise they're determined on feelings, on energy levels, on your mood - on things that lie.
But the log book doesn't lie.
And once you take a close look at your log book and see that things are truly plateauing - then you can make a qualified decision on how to change things up.
That might be changing up one exercise, or adding more food into your diet, or getting some extra sleep. Rarely does it mean throwing out the entire workout program unless it's not a good fit.
But if you're not tracking your workouts, if you're not writing them down - you're missing out on MASSIVE progress simply due to laziness. And I don't want you to work so hard (and take the greatest supplements known to mankind), and not see the results you're looking for.
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