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You’ve been following a workout program for months.
Maybe it’s a running program that has already shaved a few seconds off your 400 m sprint; or a lifting scheme that has added 10 lbs to your back squat.
But now, you realize that – despite these exciting, initial improvements you've gained – for the past two weeks you don’t feel like you’ve “moved”. You’ve stopped improving. Your growth-acceleration has ground to a halt.
You, my friend, have hit a plateau.
It happens to the best of us. And it is totally normal.
What can you do about it?
When you hit a plateau - a sudden and dramatic decrease in the noticeable results of your workouts – you have three options:
When you hit a plateau you can do one of the three actions above. You can let it defeat you; you can enjoy this new pace you have set; or you can keep pushing!
If you chose Option 3, we have 4 tips for putting this into action!
Have you tried split squats? Resistance-banded sprints? One-and-a-quarter squats? Hill sprints? L sits? Bird dogs? Extended planks? Lungesters?!
There is literally, legitimately, an INFINITE amount of exercises that exist and working out will continue to evolve in such that there is ALWAYS something you can add to your routine.
There is will always be an exercise that you aren't doing that will will hit a muscle group in a new way that will make you work harder and sweat more; so set out to incorporate some new moves into your workout!
Add a Plyo Box to your running; Gymnastics Rings to your body weight work; or Dumbbells to your lifting routine. We’ve got all the gear you need to add dynamism, excitement and new modalities to your workout!
Your workout takes up 20 min to 2 hours of your entire day (depending what your program requires). What else can you do outside of that time that will impact your fitness routine?
Everyone’s (least) favorite thing: NUTRITION!
Nutrition is FOUNDATIONAL to your fitness journey. Small or transformative changes to what you eat will impact how efficiently you move. We recommend consulting a certified nutritionist or dietician (not a social media influencer) to figure out what foods you can incorporate into your diet to feel your best!