The harder you train, the less you gain.
Isn’t it weird?
The more you push yourself further,
the slower the progress.
And then you see someone
doing some random training like
12-week challenges, bootcamps,
and group training…
They train with less effort
less often than you.
Yet still, they’re getting results.
It doesn’t make sense at all, does it?
Well, it turns out… it actually does.
So what’s the difference between you
training hard consistently for over 2 years
vs those who just started?
The thing about training age is that…
For beginners and even intermediate athletes,
their results come straight from training
and following a nutrition plan.
And that’s because their level of conditioning
is not that well-developed yet.
For someone like you
who has a training age of 2+ years?
Training is no longer where your body changes.
In fact, you training SO hard and TOO often
is actually the reason you’re getting
And here’s the science behind it:
The stronger you get at each rep range,
the more damage you do to your muscle fibres.
Which means the more advanced you become,
the more rest you need for your muscles
to recover and grow.
So, if you’re training like crazy and you’re wondering:
“Why am I barely getting any results?”
Ask better questions.
Get better answers.
And you’ll experience BETTER results.
So ask yourself:
1. What is my training age?
2. How much rest am I getting between
intense sessions on a given muscle?
3. Is that muscle getting trashed
over and over again?
4. Am I resting or just doing
more work on my days off?
This is something
we always say to our clients
(and even to ourselves) in SMP:
The hardest work is knowing
when to rest and play.
Would you like some help with that?
On the other side….
You will receive next-level support and guidance
from our team of elite coaches…
…who will work ‘round the clock with you
so that you can FINALLY get the results you deserve
and live in the best shape of your life.
Love & light,
The SMP Coaching Team