Blame it on me
So blame it on the night, night, don’t blame it on me, don’t blame it on me
^ God I love that cheesey dance song
There’s a growing trend of ‘blame it on the trainer’ going viral all over the world
Peeps blaming programmes and fitness plans for not getting in shape
And of course the ultimate claim to fame – ‘I have tried everything and nothing works’
Then I unearthed this absolute reality check gem posted on FB today
If your last coach or program didn’t help you, it could have been a bad coach or program.
If you have never found success with ANY coach or program, YOU are the problem.
Transferring blame doesn’t have much carryover to training.
Sometimes you just gotta take a look in the mirror and give yourself a reality check
You can have the absolute best trainer in the world
Who’ll give you the most motivating Rocky speeches around
But if you keep putting off some real effort outside the gym then you’re not gonna get the results you really want
And don’t sugarcoat it by saying you eat well ‘most of the times’
The reality is if you keep eating that scone and the few extra biscuits in work then you’re gonna find it difficult to burn that extra blubber off (especially with the Friday pints on top of it)
So be honest with yourself – is it really your trainer? Or is it really you?
I’ll be really honest in saying we’ve booted more than 1 client who’s tried to lay blame on our diet and training plans
^ you’ve got to get rid of the negative
If people are not willing to work properly with you (and their honest selves) then they’re not worth working with
Be honest, lay it all on the table every single time and you’re trainer will do great things for you
Dave ‘check yo-self’ Gallagher