There’s WAY too much out there.
There’s diet plans, workout plans, supplement advertisements, challenges, and movement corrections. And LOTS of each.
You can try and do all of it, but here’s the secret: you can’t do it all at the same time. And you probably can’t do it all on your own.
We know there’s such a thing as eating too much. Do that, and your progress will be poor. But there’s also such a thing as eating too little. Do that, and your progress will be too slow.
The same goes for training! Don’t train at all, and you won’t reach your results. But doing too many workouts has the exact same problem.
We choose CrossFit for our group training because it’s a great balance: It’s not too little and it’s not too much. But even as hard as CrossFit workouts are, many people are tempted to do more: to add a little “recovery run,” or even to do multiple workouts in a day. This is NOT the path to success.
More is NOT better. Better is better.
You have a coach. That coach is your filter.
Your coach is there to tell you what’s BEST for you, not what you read on the internet.
At Shark Bite, our coaches want to talk to you every 3 or 4 months. One-on-one, in person. We want to talk to you, ask about your goals, review your progress and then give you the best possible direction.
We call those Goal Reviews, and they’re part of your membership! Click here to book yours!
What we really don’t want you to have to do is try and pick through all the different “things” you could be doing.
We don’t want you to have to guess.
We don’t want you to try the fad diets being promoted in Women’s Health. We don’t want you to follow athlete’s programs that you found on Instagram. We don’t even want you to try and do what everyone else in the gym is doing! Their program is theirs, and yours is yours.
We train in groups, but we tailor your plans to match our individual goals.
That’s what coaches do.
So next time you see a workout on IG that looks SPICY, and you think “I can’t wait to do this after class tomorrow!” ask your coach if it fits your goals. And if it does, have at it! And if not, do something that does.
Inspiration provided by Chris Cooper at Catalystgym.com.