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There’s a saying among strength coaches and personal trainers like myself ..
“You can’t out-train a lousy diet!”
While nutrition is ALWAYS critically important, it’s more important to emphasize for the beginner (or the person whose diet is still a “mess”), while training is more important for the advanced person… (in my opinion).
When client’s first come to see us I say often that getting in shape is a lot like a construction project. First, there must be a picture in the mind. Then the vision goes onto paper as a blueprint. It takes months just to lay the foundation. More months of work will follow. On a daily basis, it doesn’t seem like much is happening. You look in the mirror and appear, for the most part, the same as you did yesterday. But sure enough, the small improvements are slowly accumulating like compounding interest in the bank.
It’s not that nutrition ever ceases to be important, the point is, further improvements in nutrition won’t have as much impact once you already have all the fundamentals in place.
Once you’ve mastered nutrition just like my gun client Peter then the key is all about keeping that nutrition consistent and progressively increasing the efficiency and intensity of your workouts, and mastering the art of planned workout variation, which is also known as “periodization.” which Peter has truly mastered !
All of the sudden his blue print become a reality ! So with our help become the architect and builder of your own dream body. Trust me when I say You WILL build the body you want eventually if you’re patient enough and you refuse to quit. Ohh and be sure to set t your goals HIGH!
Create a fantastic blueprint. Michelangelo said, “The greatest danger is not that we set our goals too high and miss them, the greatest danger is that we set our goals too low and we reach them.”