Imagine if someone gave you £1,000 per rep.
Not every rep.
But the reps that really count.
Very few have mastered the art of pushing themselves through pain.
When training, the majority of your progress lies in the reps that hurt.
The ones that you don't want to do.
The ones where your knees are weak.
and your arms are heavy.
Where there's vomit on your sweater... it's mom's spaghetti.
Think about this the next time you train.
On your last set of every exercise you do
Complete the amount of reps you've set yourself, 8,10,12... Once you've done those... ...imagine someone will give you £1,000 for every extra rep you do.
10 extra reps = £10,000.
Will this (hypothetical of course) mindset change how you train?
Will you start to push yourself more?
Maybe you'll start to make more progress?
Don't do this for every set you do, just the last one on each exercise.
It's too taxing on the central nervous system to do it on every set.
Sam Duckworth Coach ❤