Training is one tooth on the cog that we have to get right, let me put this into perspective for you. We take it for granted that we go to the gym and lift some weight or do some cardio, but we are all guilty of going to the gym and not training hard enough and coasting through the workout. Is it OK to have a lazy work out.? Can you make much difference in One workout..? Yes you can.
By now, everyone will have seen the glamour model Jodie Marsh and her transformations programme. In just Eight weeks she went from average and slim to competitive body builder. Eight weeks equals a maximum of 56 training sessions, going even further into it, 8-9 chest, 8-9 back, etc. So yes every workout does count when you have a goal in mind. Obviously nutrition is an equalling factor here as well as training. I’ve been on the receiving end of a calorie controlled diet and its not good for feeling tired, usually just before your workout.
To combat what’s known as “Midday Fatigue” I had to get smart. I would make sure I had a meal before I train to absorb any carbs, protein & sugars. Also I used to use pre workout supplements. My top three are Jack3d, Superpump and No-explode. If im not in a position to consume a meal before I train, I always have a serving of I-sports mass gainer, ideal for the fast release sugars and protein. If your workouts are lacking and you’re becoming frustrated then make sure you take time to prepare. Change workout times to shock your body and make sure you take days off as rest is important. To get the best from the training session, look at pre workout products and make sure you have enough fuel in the tank, because in short. Yes, every workout can make a difference.