You don’t need more information.
If you want to know how to do any exercise, execute any diet, following any fitness routine, just YouTube it.
Information is readily available. We don’t have an information shortage when it comes to health and fitness.
If you follow my newsletters, you know that in my last post I recommended focusing on the “big rocks” – i.e. the activities and habits that actually move the needle, and not worrying as much about the specific breakdown of a particular exercise routine or meal timing.
Similarly, if you find yourself continual asking what to do, your struggle is probably related to two other more important factors: accountability and habits.
In other words, what I’m getting at is the idea of ADHERENCE.
It doesn’t matter what you know, it matters what you are able to execute.
And for most people, myself included, adhering to a fitness program requires some support.
If you have found yourself at an impasse with your exercise and nutrition consistency, maybe it’s time to think about ways to hold yourself accountable and also create habits that support long term success.
Stop asking what to do and start considering ways you can create systemic changes and hold yourself accountable.