12 Jul How To Make Training Easy And Effortless (Part I)

(#248) Let’s call this a “pillar episode” here on the podcast as we dive into the psychology of your training. This is part 1 of a 2-part podcast series for all serious fitness enthusiasts. And coaches, you’ll benefit from this, too.

In this episode, we’ll discuss the first critical step you must do to make your training easy and effortless (no I’m not kidding, but you have to listen to the context and how this works).

If you struggle with motivation, drive, or even consistency, then this week’s show (and next week’s Part II) is a “must listen to.” And, even if you’re training is solid, I’d still highly recommend the actions in the next 2 episodes to keep you driving forward.

This important exercise is very important with your training and fitness goals – in the short-term and long-term.

This week’s episode is brought to you by Get Abstract. This learning resource has been one of my best kept secrets for years, until now. Go to RdellaTraining.com/getsmart to learn more about it.

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Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS is a strength coach, athlete, and former “physio” who’s mission is to bridge the gaps in strength, performance and injury prevention. Scott is the author of the book, The Edge of Strength.
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