You are what you accumulate.
In my opinion, whether it’s training, nutrition or business you will reap the rewards of accumulation.
The more frequently you train with intensity and purpose the quicker you will reach your desired goal.
In my case, the goal is to compete in a power lifting competition. To build strength anywhere near what’s deemed “strong” in power lifting terms, I need to accumulate sets/reps/weight every week for the Squat, Bench press and Deadlift. Training accumulation, the more you do something the better you’ll become.
If your goal is to have a physique you love the look of when naked you will need to accumulate nutritional consistency. 80-90% of the time you’ll need to have your nutrition on point and eating towards your goal.
Accumulating good nutritional habits will win every time when referring to physique goals.
According to a study done in 2009 at UCL it takes 66 days to build a habit so if you apply that to your training and nutrition accumulating frequent training and nutrition days is a must.
Business accumulation, I would imagine the goal for the majority of businesses out there is to make money, yeah?
Well if you don’t accumulate money than your business won’t do to well, will it?
At Lean Performance our business saying between trainers is:
“Do a better job then you were meant to do”
In turn our goal is to produce the best results possible, help every person that walks through the door smash their goals and educate our clients for the future. When we always do a better job than we we’re meant to do we accumulate results and in our line of work results is what accumulates business.
In conclusion: Accumulation is a direct result of consistency…. I will scream till I’m blue in the face about the importance of being consistent.
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