With the permanent lean body transformation plan, I gave you all the steps you have to take to progress towards your leaner self.
But there are days in which something unplanned can occur:
- You might have an event
- You might not feel too well
- You might have problems eating the required caloric content
- Life events
I want you to know that even if you miss a workout you planned, you shouldn’t worry about it.
It’s the same thing some people do when they miss a day of dieting and give up to dieting for good.
These extreme responses are never the resolve. But since you want to get your lean body transformation, I want you to clear your mind of any negative thoughts. It’s fine. Missing a workout is no big deal in the grand scheme of things. As long as you keep being consistent and get to the next workout, you will be fine.
Today I’ll show you some examples on how you can tackle the issue of missing a workout session.
Most training programs that I find when reading training and dieting books are presented in a strict fashion without any additional choice or explanation.
The takeaway from here is that most of the time, you should try to do the basic program. You should strive to hit the gym 3 days per week in a non-consecutive way (you have plenty of alternatives to choose from).
There are certain people who think that because there are so many available options, they should all be used.
While this is half true, the best thing you can do is to be disciplined and stick with an option.
Going heretic with your training program can potentially sabotage your results.
I recommend you to establish from the start what are the days in which you can train, and keep them like that for as much as you can. Here’s a table I made and which you can use to reprogram a workout week in case something comes up and you can’t maintain your regular routine:
The table above should only be used when you have problems, and you can’t keep a regular training schedule.
While those are not all the combinations you can do, the takeaway is that you have to think about FLEXIBILITY with your schedule in case something unexpected happens.
For example, if you trained on Monday, Wednesday, but you can’t reach the Friday’s workout, go Saturday and do it.
If you’ve got any questions, leave a comment inside the private facebook group or forum.