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DRS Strong Week 15- 3 tools to stay consistent

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Written by Coach Rosario on 04 January 2015.

“When was the last time you did something for the first time?”

It is not because it is the New Year, but because it is time to get out of your comfort zone. It is time for continuous growth and expansion. Week 15 starts tomorrow and you get to use new percentages from 3 weeks ago max out week. Week 13 and 14 was for you to de-load, enjoy the holidays and reset goals, mind and body to start on fresh.
This week we are introducing and progressing through our components of Olympic lifting as well as using percentages to help you stay strong.

There are 3 things that can be great tools to stay consistent every week.

1. Right down your goals
– Write specific and realistic goals that you can achieve within a month
-Write down longer-term goals to help you see the bigger picture

2. Put them where you can see them daily. When you wake up and when you go to bed.
– Having a visual reminder everyday will keep you accountable on what you have to do each day to get closer to that goal.

3. At the end of the week, assess what you did and did not do to get closer on achieving that goal.
-There is always something positive you did at the end of each week that has helped you closer to your goal and there is something you could have adjusted to stay on track.

These are simple ways to keep you accountable and remind yourself daily on how you have to structure, manage and organize your day to make time for priorities and important goals as well. Balance and self-motivation is key.

Remember the PR/Goal board is a blank canvas each month for all of you to write down your goals at DRS! I hear a lot of people want to get more running in their daily training, stay tune for a running clinic we will be having at DRS.

To another year of getting strong!!!
DRS Strong,
Coach Rosario