WHAT DOES A TYPICAL WORKOUT FOR ME LOOK LIKE? This is a question I do get fairly regularly. And honestly, the answer could be a lot of different things, depending on the day. Keep in mind, I started lifting weights at 12 years old. I’m 47 now. I’ve worked professionally as a personal trainer since 2005. It should be understood that I’ve learned a few useful things (you’d hope so anyway), many of which were probably by accident or mistake. Key components? Creating a realistic plan that fits your lifestyle and schedule. Make smart exercise choices. Don’t do too much. Don’t do too little. Do that sh*t with 100% consistency. And with near-perfect form. Yes, my nutrition is pretty good. Yes, my sleep is pretty good too. Balance is needed with everything in life. And I mean every-thing. But to be clear, there is no magic. No secrets. No drugs or supplements either. Well, maybe a little Creatine Monohydrate but that’s it. The most important element? CONSISTENCY. My best advice? Create an intelligent plan. Choose the components wisely. Execute with absolute precision and a tenacity that delivers results and a sense of pride. Rinse & Repeat. Enjoy the process. #exercisejournal #exercisejourney #exercisemotivation #austinpersonaltrainer #austinpersonaltraining #austinpersonaltrainers

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