Bare Minimum Training
Chapter 7: Consistency
Table Of Contents:
- A Reason to Change
- "Proper" Nutrition
- Special Note to Women
- The BMT Progressive Resistance Training System
- The BMT Moderate Aerobic Exercise Regimen
- The Bare Minimum Training In-house Workout
- The Bare Minimum Training Shed Workout
Ok, you want to know "The Big Secret?" Well, there is "something" that works just like magic! Are you sitting down? Ready? The "magic pill," the "secret" ... drum roll please ...
You must be consistent in following the strategies for:
Consistency will result in successful Body Transformation.
If you take the time and put forth the effort, but don't do it consistently, then your results will be minimal. You can't expect to do all three strategies for one week then stop for a week then start for two more weeks then stop for another week.
I can't stress this enough, you must be consistent on all the action strategies:
Consistency is the glue that holds everything together.
Think back to the Space Shuttle analogy. If you're not consistently applying thrust, especially in the beginning, then you're not going to escape the earth's gravity, climbing but then losing altitude. But then you apply a consistent amount of thrust and you escape gravitational pull ... hey ... then you're on cruise control! The hardest part is taking off.
I promise you this, if you're consistent with everything outlined in the strategies for a period of 6-to-10 weeks, your results will be amazing. Using the Bare Minimum Training methods I have described, you will be able to be consistent without really making major changes in your routine or lifestyle.
That is the "magic" of Bare Minimum. The effort you give and changes in your life are minimized, so that once you start, you'll find the impact to your routine is low and your Consistency is maximized!
Copyright © Bill Belfert, Managing Member Bare Minimum Training LLC. All rights reserved. No liability is assumed by Bare Minimum Training LLC., Nor the author for any information contained herein. This text does not provide medical advice. Specific medical advice should be obtained from a doctor. Bare Minimum Training LLC. advises all to consult a physician and gain medical clearance before you begin any new nutrition, exercise, or dietary supplement program. Results are not typical. Any application of the techniques, ideas and suggestions in this book is at the reader's sole discretion and risk.