Most people don’t need more work. They need better results.
What would you do if you found out that the reason you’re not experiencing the results you want is because you are working too much, or too hard?
If you are like most athletes you are spending a lot of time lifting, running, drilling, rolling, sparring and doing other training regiments. If you are like most athletes, I know you are probably training a lot… and very intensely. I doubt you want to hear this but believe it or not, your body can only take so much punishment before it breaks down and starts to plateau. Unless you are using performance-enhancing drugs, physically, you can only grow so much and so fast. Therefore; I have news for you. I witness a lot of inexperienced athletes, and if you are one of them, you’re probably doing too much and too fast. Nothing is wrong with being inexperienced, it’s being ignorant that gets us in trouble. We all have our limits, and you are dreaming if you think your body is different than any other human being. However, there’s also some good news for you. All that hard training you’ve been doing probably has put you at the very top of your physical abilities. In order to further improve your performance, you must first accept this fact. Without a doubt, you are going to say, “I can do more” … or, “I can get stronger”, or “I can be faster”. And you might even say, “Leo doesn’t know what he’s talking about”. I agree with the first statement. You can do more, and you can definitely get a little stronger, or a little faster. In either way, you will need to put in a lot of extra work and time to achieve very little. And your body will certainly pay the price for your gigantic ego and lack of confidence and knowledge.
If you’re one of these people you have two choices: 1) You can stop reading and get back to your old routine and experience the same results.
2) You’ll continue to read with hope that you’ll change something, which will eventually bring better results.
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