Don’t chain yourself to a workout or diet plan if it isn’t working. When you find a plan that seems to fit your needs, consider it a starting point, not a final destination.
Quality fitness trainers and nutritionists know that plans will change, and things will go wrong. Workouts and diets are starting points. They will need to be evolved over time as obstacles present themselves.
If you are not getting the weight loss or muscle building results you want, don’t be afraid to make small changes. If these new changes help, keep them. If not, change another variable. Remember to only change one variable at a time, so you can better judge the changes that are working, and those that are not.
What changes have you made to your workouts or diet plans to improve them?
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