Most of us train so hard for years and still don’t get the results we are looking for.
All of that hard work and time feels wasted.
So the big question is:
“Why aren’t you getting results? Why isn’t your body changing?”
It’s not because you are not training hard or long enough.
It’s not because you have bad genetics either.
That’s the same struggle heaps of the women we coached in the last decade
used to deal with a lot.
And no, these are no ordinary women.
They’re all the hardest worker in the room.
They all have the experience
and skills around exercise and nutrition
and still struggle to get a good result.
So what are they missing?
For almost everybody, a good result is improved body composition
In other words: less body fat + more muscle.
If you are trying to improve your strength and athletic performance,
nothing correlates better with performance than improved body composition.
But in addition to that, we also want a result that lasts.
And to get that result?
We need a process that is sustainable in the long term
without a crazy amount of workouts and a hyper-restrictive diet.
For a training program to be optimal and sustainable, we need to balance:
Training hard enough to give our muscles enough stimulus to grow.
Giving your body enough time to rest and recover after that session.
So it’s important to use a variety of rep ranges, sets, intensity, and volume to get the right amount of stimulus, without changing everything constantly.
Consuming enough nutrients or calories for your body composition, training, and physique goal.
(Ideally ~1800-2200 cal, if you train 3-5x a week).
It sounds simple, but most girls we speak to training too hard and not eating enough.
In SMP, you will get access to high-level programming and specific coaching in elite-performance skills and principles you are missing right now.
Is it your time, finally?
Love and light,
The SMP Coaching Team